About a week now, the mp4 can't connect to the pc nor anything. I've tried 360, PS3, PS2, TV, DVD and none of these worked. But, I can charge it. Aside from not connecting, it's working properly.
But yesterday I tried messing with it, and I've discovered the problem.
There're 5 connectors connecting to the mainboard, and these are damaged. I tried (I don't know the term in english) giving it a shock, I tried about 30 times in different occassions, the Windows recognized it, but after a second or so, it disconnected (due to me not being able to keep the position).
On the rage, I've done the most stupid thing ever, I soldered the 5 pins together. Now, if I don't turn off with the ON/OFF switch, it keep on a screen, like it's connected "USB 2.0" and I'm not sure if it's charging.
My questions are: Is there a way to remove solder? And what each of those pins do? Or if anyone had the same problem, how'd you fixed it?
Thanks in advance!
The chip is: AK1022 /7B029AA /02R
The memory is: SAMSUNG 813 /K9LAG08U0M /PCB0 /CSLH81PBC
Here, it is a EletroVision EV-105