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Google-branded tablet with a 7" screen. The device needs only prying tools and screwdrivers to fix. Model number: ME370T.

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I want to replace micro-usb

Hi all,

I have an issue when I plug usb cable on my device, battery doesn't charge. I don't see icon with storm inside. If I move the plug I see/doesn't see, icon with storm inside.

I think the problem is in the micro-usb.

If I replace the micro-usb/daughterboard, I must recalibrate something ? like is write on ASUS web site :

Thx for tour feedback

Sorry for my bad english


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Vincenet PONS, not sure where the "re-calibration" fits in. I would suggest that you get the part from here. Take a look at the stories below the part description. It appears that calibration was never necessary for the successful completion of the repair.

Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) LCD Board Afbeelding


Nexus 7 (2nd Gen Wi-Fi) LCD Board


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Ok oldturkey03, thx for your answer.

I'll buy this spare part, and I hope, issue will be fixed.


I've done hundreds of this exact repair on this model tablet, I can confirm that OldTurkey is correct when he says there is no calibration needed (not even sure what that would mean in this circumstance).


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Hi Vincent,

you could try this:

The loss of connectivity may be caused by the build up of dust in the socket.

The good news is that it is very easy to clean the USB-socket. First remove the battery in order to avoid any short circuiting during the procedure. Then take a needle and pick out all dust and dirt from the USB socket. You'll be amazed how much will come out. A magnifying glass may be helpful. Once the socket is clean, reinstall the battery.

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Hi @sytsypytsy ,

Suggest that maybe a vacuum cleaner may be a better first option then if necessary try with a needle, although a wooden toothpick may be better as it saves taking out the battery. ;-)


Hi Jayeff,

Thanks for your comment. I wish i had a vacuum cleaner small enough to use in a micro USB, that would be awesome. Since the dust is pushed in many many times and thus compacted, it is often too solid to pick out with a wooden tooth pick. Nevertheless your idea is worth trying. Thanks again


Hi @sytsypytsy ,

I just use the tapered nozzle that is usually provided with most vacuums. It mostly does the job as it covers the whole port


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