A 10.1 inch Samsung tablet computer with a 1.4 GHz processor, 1280x800 pixel LCD, and 149 ppi multi-touch display. The model number of the device is GT-N8013ZW. Released August 2012, repair of this device is straightforward.

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Interal MicroSD card Corrupted

I have a rooted Note 10.1 with Hyperdrive installed. It suddenly stopped working. I was still able to access Clockwork, but it doesn't see the internal MicroSD card as mounted. I looked through the teardown, but didn't see where the internal storage is located. Any ideas? Is it even possible to replace the internal storage?

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It looks like the internal memory is a chip soldered to the motherboard. I'm guessing it is either: Samsung KLMBG4GE4A-A00x eMMC OR Samsung Exynos 4 Quad processor with integrated graphics (4412) and 2GB Samsung K3PE0E000M-XGC1 RAM.

While I could have ordered the chips individually I figured I may as well get an entire new motherboard. I ended up purchasing a new (certified used OEM) motherboard for my GT-N8013 from iFixit for a substantially cheaper price than I could find elsewhere. Once installed, I should be able to reinstall my custom ROM and start over.

I found the following link to be extremely helpful as it pictures and identifies almost every internal component. http://www.techrepublic.com/pictures/cra...

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