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    Default TT One - 3rd Generation.

    Hi,

    I've got a problem with the USB-connector of my One. It's disconnected of the PCB and total broken down.
    Now it isn't possible to charge the TT.
    Has someone the information about the USB-solderpoints on the PCB?
    Thx in advance.
    Last edited by antoba; 29th October 2015 at 14:19.

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    I've had a Go 720 with this problem.

    With the socket (or it's previous location...) closest to you, left to right:

    1 2 3 4 5
    +5V Data- Data+ N/C 0V

    For charging, you only need 1 and 5 to be usable. For the Go, that was enough as it has an SD card slot, for a One V3 you're kind of stuck with whatever you've got on the internal memory currently but better than no satnav at all.

    If all the solder points on the board are completely ripped off, can't help you I'm afraid. Hopefully someone knows some other points you can patch into.
    Last edited by T McC; 3rd November 2015 at 19:22.

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    Hi TMcC,

    Tanks for the Information! Pitifully the Connector is totaly ripped off! So, that way I asked for the solderpoints on the PCB.
    A possible solution is to trace the wiring on the board, but the connectorpoints left on the USB-connector are to small to find this out! Sadenly.
    Even thx for your time!

 

 

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