How to install mainboard on N1
This is a discussion on How to install mainboard on N1 within the Nexus One Tech Issues / Bug Reports forums, part of the Nexus One category; Hello guys, been an N1 user since march 2010. I have to say I really love my nexus one. I know it has a couple ...
How do I install the software to a new motherboard
Hello guys, been an N1 user since march 2010. I have to say I really love my nexus one. I know it has a couple of things it can improve in, yet I think it is still in the top five phones out there even after more than a year after release. Although I dont know about the tne nexus s. To me it seems like a nexus 1.2. Nothing worth of spending 500+ bucks again yet. Well, let me get to the point of my post. My nexus one stopped reading the sd card in december, I tried just about anything I knew or found on the web. It didnt take. So naturally it had to be the hardware. No reset or driver renewal was doing anyting. I finally did send it to HTC for warranty, and tadaaaa yess water damage. I fell ass backwards stating that my phone had never been wet, when I remembered that it did fall once in the street when it was raining and got somewhat wet. But since it was like about 6 months ago I really thought It wasnt an issue. I guess humidity kept creeping in until it damage something. Yes they sent the pics of the water damage and told me I needed a mainboard replacement. 196.00 + 28.00. Of course I asked for my phone back. Then I started looking replacement parts so I can do it my self. I already found some info on how to install the hardware. But I need your help on how to deal with the software. Now remember the sd card reader is not working. And although I have some knowledge of computers Im going to need to be walked through the process. Any suggestions? Please help guys!!!!
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I'm thinking, but not coming up with anything just yet...
Are you trying to back up your existing data, or wondering how to install a new image once you've replaced the motherboard?
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Id like to install what I have but my main goal is to have it working so I guess stock or rooted image would be fine...thanks for answering. Sorry it took do long to reply.