Switch OLED teardown V1/V2

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Some guy posted simple installation picture on Chinese website.
It seems that they detached the eMMC lol

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https://tieba.baidu.com/p/7573220146
 

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If C is the only possible attachment point you can probably get the wire there without lifting the nand chip by heating the nand up and slipping the wire into the flattened solder ball... actually that's not going to work because the grid is much smaller than the size of the chip, it'll have to come off unless another point is found. You might be able to drill to it from the opposite side of the board with a stencil... but that's probably not going to work either because the other side has the oled and daughterboard connectors in the way.
 
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(reposting from this topic, sorry for the spam)

Guys, if anyone serious manages to have the plans for soldering the chip on the OLED model, my message box is open and I will manage to record everything, from the installation to the first boot of the console.
I work with a professionnal who has been soldering since PSX, we have everything we need, both older and newer revisions, but we don't want to waste our time destroying chips now that some people found the good plans for installing it.
If you have any information, feel free to contact me, we will try to share everything if we get it to work correctly.

(btw sorry for my bad english :mellow:)
 
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So the only difference in installation of the core chip would be just direct cabling to the Nand. Is everything else the same
 

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If someone can help. I have friend who does installs for YouTube. Can someone give pictures or just a labeled photo of where to solder to on the SX chips. He would like them for both core and lite but either one is ok. He just wants to make sure he knows the correct points to solder stuff to on the SX board. Once he has them he may attempt an install.
 

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If someone can help. I have friend who does installs for YouTube. Can someone give pictures or just a labeled photo of where to solder to on the SX chips. He would like them for both core and lite but either one is ok. He just wants to make sure he knows the correct points to solder stuff to on the SX board. Once he has them he may attempt an install.
We literally don't know...
 

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If someone can help. I have friend who does installs for YouTube. Can someone give pictures or just a labeled photo of where to solder to on the SX chips. He would like them for both core and lite but either one is ok. He just wants to make sure he knows the correct points to solder stuff to on the SX board. Once he has them he may attempt an install.
The pictures on this site show you the points:

https://tieba.baidu.com/p/7573220146

The last picture shows a Core modchip.
 

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IFixIt released their teardown
Can remove the screen easily with a suction cup and heat bed.
Although, not really that useful until a way to attach the OLED to a V1 is found

 
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