Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) Motherboard

Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) Motherboard

$39.95

$39.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

Damaged or broken motherboard?

  • Replace your old motherboard with a 16 or 32 GB replacement part.
  • The motherboard includes the front facing camera as shown in the photo.
  • This part is for the Wi-Fi model only.
  • This is a used OEM part.

Compatibility

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

Repair Stories

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My Problem

After an update of Android, memory was ruined, much too late for warranty.

My Fix

Repair was simple—just followed instructions. Only thing was that also daughterboard was replaced in instructions, so I did that too—only to realize i did it in vain. Nevertheless, great replacement parts and instructions. . . .

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My Problem

Back camera didn't work initially. Had to make sure the connector was in before closing everything up.

My Fix

Follow everything closely. Have patience and get rid of all distractions.

My Advice

Camera app may not show up initially, but if you go into apps and uninstall updates to it it will pop right back into app dra . . .

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My Problem

Google bricked my Nexus 7 (2nd gen) by forcing an OS update. I tried all the online suggestions to revive it. Nothing worked. So I ordered a replacement motherboard, since folks online said that that would work.

My Fix

The bottom line is that I got the replacement board in and now the Nexus is back to li . . .

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My Problem

Nexus was frozen with the little droid on his (?) back. Nothing I did worked to revive him; not rebooting, not tapping, not flexing the case, nothing.

My Fix

I guessed that the motherboard might be somehow damaged, although I did not drop or otherwise abuse it. So I ordered one from iFixit. It arrived witho . . .

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My Problem

Upgraded my Nexus 7 2nd gen to Android 5.0.2, and just like lots of other people (apparently) it bricked. No fixing it, and of course it was out of warranty.

My Fix

It went well, the biggest problem I had was step 3 and the zif socket, had to look elsewhere to find out I had to flip up the white portion. On . . .

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My Problem

The memory of my nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wifi) was dead.

I decided to repair it (I.e. change the motherboard) because the tablet was in perfect state (battery OK, screen OK...)

My Fix

I ordered the Fixit repair tool kit at Fixit Europe and the motherboard at Fixit US.

The repair instructions was clear, I also vie . . .

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My Problem

About a year ago, after Lollipop came out. My Nexus 7 2013 died. I figured it was something I had done (I think I tried installing one of the pre-release versions), but after scouring the internet, I found that a number of others experienced similar issues. Apparently, there was something in the upg . . .

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