Thread: Broken PSP go usb port. is the a way to solder a cable directly to the board?

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  1. #1 Broken PSP go usb port. is the a way to solder a cable directly to the board? 
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    Just like the titles says my problems is my psp go n1001 usb port. I bought it and ordered a cord for it but the broken connector destroyed the pins inside the cord. Im looking for a way to hook the wires from a usb cable to the motherboard itself so i can charge it and access it via my pc. I have the soldering skills but no pinout of the go n1001. I appreciate all your effort. Thanks.
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    Found something on Acidmods that might help you PSP Go Cradle, mini USB Tutorial, with Partial Pinout - PSP Go - Acidmods.com

    good luck!
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    Check out these websites:

    AliExpress.com - Online Shopping for Electronics, Fashion, Home & Garden, Toys & Sports, Automobiles from China.

    DealeXtreme - Cool Gadgets at the Right Price - DX Free Shipping Worldwide,

    See if they have the charging port for your PSP Go. You can use a small heatgun to de-solder the port off of the motherboard.

    If you cant find the part, this place may be able to order it for you:

    PSP Parts & Accessories, use the link in the webpage to email them with your request
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  4. #4 Thanks! 
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    Thats exactly what i was looking for. Thanks! One last question though.

    PSP Go Pinout (related to USB):
    1: GND (Ground can be found anywhere on the board)
    2: D+
    3: D-
    4: GND (Ground can be found anywhere on the board)
    8: +5V USB

    Is the above referring to the pins on the board or to the pins on the usb cable?
    Also how do I identifiy pin 1? Is there a marking on the board or should I be viewing the board from the side with the battery port on it or the side with the button inputs?images.jpg6a00e553c8af3b88340120a5d33ce0970b.jpg
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  5. #5 oops.. 
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    The picture of the go has the lines pointing to the analog stick sorry but still need a point of reference on the psp go motherboard.
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    I have never replaced or modified the port on a PSP Go so I wouldnt know. I have replaced the port on a mobile phone and its really not that hard.
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