Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) LCD Board and Motherboard Ribbon Cable

$39.95

Product code: IF235-009-1

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Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) LCD Board and Motherboard Ribbon Cable

$39.95

Product code: IF235-009-1

Product Overview

Fix that broken LCD/digitizer!

  • The Nexus 7 LCD daughter board is often the culprit for what appears to be a digitizer malfunction.
  • Use care when installing this very sensitive part. It is easy to fry the digitizer part of this board if connections are made in the wrong order. Complete all other cable connections before connecting battery power.
  • Battery charging problems may not indicate a fault with this daughter board. The battery itself may be at fault.
  • This is a used OEM part.

Compatibility

  • Google Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi 2nd Gen) devices

Product Details

  • Model Compatibility: K008 (ME571K)

  $39.95

 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Available: 25

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Replacement Guides

Nexus 7 2nd Generation

Difficulty: Moderate

Nexus 7 2nd Generation

Difficulty: Moderate

Nexus 7 2nd Generation

Difficulty: Moderate

 

Compatibility

Nexus 7 2nd Generation
2nd Gen - Wi-Fi (ME571K/K008)
 

Stories

My Problem

Some time ago, I dropped my Nexus while the Micro USB charging cord was still plugged in and, of course, it fell right on the plug. The Micro USB port on the Nexus was never the same (specifically the charging cord didn't fit in tightly any more) and the device got more and more finicky about the positioning of the cord until I couldn't get it to charge at all without holding the cord in a very specific position. I tried disassembling the Nexus far enough to try to bend the Micro USB connector on the Nexus back into shape, but no go. I decided it was time to replace the port.

My Fix

All went pretty darned well. The "Nexus 7 2nd Generation Micro USB/Daughterboard Replacement" guide was spot on, and my Nexus is now happily charging again.

My Advice

Have a magnifying glass handy. Particularly since a lot of this (like unlocking ZIF connectors) was new to me, being able to carefully inspect/twiddle was handy.

In Step 4 of the guide, I tore the protective foil cover a bit. Be careful.

In Step 10 of the guide, it says to carefully remove and store the factory seal on the screw. Good luck with that! No way it was coming off in one piece for me.

My Problem

My Nexus would no longer charge or sync with my PC

My Fix

Simple, just carefully remove the back from the Nexus, remove 6 screws holding the Usb board and unclip and remove all the cables attached replace the board and reverse the process. Took 5 Min. and now its perfect again.

My Advice

The hardest part is removing the back take it slow and gently work your way all around the case. (and remember Youtube is your Friend)

My Problem

The USB Data/Charging port stopped working on my sons Nexus 7

My Fix

The repair went extremely smooth. I used the teardown guide on iFixit as a reference.

My Advice

Use the plastic opening tools to speed things, keep from scratching up your device, and to save your fingers!

My Problem

Dropped my nexus 7 with the micro usb plugged in and messed up the charging port. Tablet would only charge if micro usb was held in a weird position.

My Fix

Reapir couldn't have been easier. Took less than 5 mins to fix.

My Advice

Make sure you put all the screws in the correct place some are a little longer.

My Problem

My son Korwin's Nexus 7 FHD (2013) had a broken usb charging port. Additionally, while explaining to me what the problem was he dropped the tablet into my coffee.

My Fix

The repair went smoothly & the repaired tablet has been used daily for over a week now with no problems cropping up.

My Advice

Remember when repairing any tablets that the battery connector is the first item to be disconnected before any repair & the last re-connected.

My Problem

I tried to bend the USB to a 90° because the OTG plug didn't fit. The USB snapped off the board.

My Fix

New board install went smooth

My Advice

Modifying your car is easier than modifying a PCB. Get creative.

My Problem

Initially the device had some sporadic problems but the worst was trouble charging with the USB charger.

My Fix

After removing and installing my first board, the unit started but the screen did not respond to touch. I took it apart and put back together several times and finally gave up figuring I may have damaged something. I decided to give it another try and ordered another board and did that replacement. Again it gave me the same results. After letting it set a day and thinking about it. I looked at some more videos describing this type of repair and all I could tell is that possibly I missed closing one of the clips. So I opened it again and sure enough one cable clip was not closed, so I closed it and wala, it works!!

My Advice

Be patient and don't give up

My Problem

I resorted to using wireless charging for a while but not being able to transfer data quickly from a computer was super annoying.

My Fix

The repair was surprisingly easy ! Most difficult part of the process is opening up the tablet. Once you get that done its basically clear sailing from there.

My Advice

Don't be afraid to tinker!! A calm steady hand will take you very far! Read and review the repair guides, watch a YouTube video or two and you will be okay!

My Problem

I had a problem whenever I wanted to charge my Nexus 7 (2013) It just wouldn't charge. It would only charge; sometimes, when you agitate the micro usb end of the charging cable. But after a while, the charging stops again and I would have to agitate the cable's charging end again to get the tablet to charge. I suspect that the fault lies with the charging board. I just need to change it.

My Fix

When I changed the charging board, the charging problem stops. But now I have a new problem. My touchscreen is all haywire. Sometimes it works fine and sometimes I lose the touch response mainly from the center and right portion of the screen (in portrait mode). But most of the time, I lose response from the center portion of the screen.

My Advice

I can roughly say that if you have the same problem as I have, I think that the fault lies with the charging board. You need to change it. But now that I have this new problem, I hope that if there's anybody who's faced the same kind of touchscreen issues out there share it with me? I would really appreciate it very much.

My Problem

So my 10 year old who gets to play on his tablet on the weekend said that his tablet didn't charge at all the entire week. Sure enough it had been plugged in but no power.

My Fix

Watched some videos, did some web research and came here to buy the part. Replacement was totally straightforward. Took me 15 minutes to replace.

My Advice

Pop the top of the back cover near the camera off first. This will ensure the little tab part by the charge port doesn't get split in half!!!