1. Shadow#1

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    Buy a Vita already
     
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    Uhh it’s kinda like 200 or around there and I don’t have that type of money right now but I do have a vita but the charger port needs to be fixed

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    Like some soldering and also the sd card is very weird
     
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    Vita 1K or 2K?
     
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    I’m not sure it came with call of duty classified and was like 300 it’s pretty old

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    This one I think https://www.amazon.com/PS-Vita-Call-Duty-Declassified-PlayStation/dp/B002I0JZIS
     
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    Oval
     
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    1K and ouch the port will run u about $15
     
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    15 dollars why
     
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    Because they can
     
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    Is it worth paying to get it repaired

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    I want to play the call of duty game
     
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    Well buy the port and find someone that will do the repair
     
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    It costs money for the port?
     
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    U live in a world where hardware is free? Where is that?
     
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    So for my vita what do I do I looked up ps vita repair and I can see that PlayStation repairs them but they need a serial number and I saw to get the serial plug it to a pc but my port is broken and my stickers are gone
     
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    Then find someone that will do it without a serial
     
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    Ok
     
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    Counting on a community downport with no source available and a significant spec gap is usually just wishful thinking. Emulation on a more powerful device in the future is a more likely scenario.

    As far as buying faulty consoles is concerned, I normally avoid listing with ports that require changing - that's a lot of solder pads and you don't know whether it's a failed port or if the pads are ripped from the PCB due to a failed repair attempt. My policy is this - if the repair was cheap and easy, it wouldn't be listed as faulty - the seller would have it fixed themselves to get more money for the unit (unless they truly don't care).

    The port is not just for charging, it's a data connection as well, so I'd skip it unless you yourself know what you're doing and are confident in making the repair in question. Buying a faulty is gambling - you go into it expecting that the chance of making a loss is high.
     
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    Yes. @MasterFeizz is one of the most talented developers to ever work with an N3DS and he posted on here a few weeks ago that he likely could get the port running on the 3DS.
     
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    Oh no the port is clean off like is just a hole
     
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    Then sounds like torn pads
     
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