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I broke some of the pins on the logic board connector. What now?

Replacing lightning connector assembly. When I was putting it back together, trying to connect it to the logic board, I damaged some of the pins on the logic board. What now? Can I (or someone) replace the connector? Or do I need a new logic board now?

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You can send it off to a board repair specialist like iPad Rehab or STS Telecom to replace that broken connector. Check them out on youtube to see how it’s done!

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Thanks! Looking into them now. Not my first iPhone repair, but I should've figured this repair was a little bit too much of a gamble for this amateur.

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@pphenow mistakes happen, it's a part of learning and the charge port is something that a lot of people can DIY. Are you looking into getting into cellphone repair?

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This connector can be replaced, although it is difficult. You would need to send it to a microsoldering specialist. I would recommend this option rather than replacing the motherboard. This way you can keep all your data on the phone.

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