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Retrieving data from motherboard

Hello, I had a Samsung note 9 and while I was in jail my girl had it. And she put it through the ringer. There were cracks all over the front screen and back, even the glass covering the cameras were broken. Well she finally slammed it in a car door and the screen would just flash white really fast unless the brightness of the screen was turned up all the way. Well certain circumstances lead to me using it again, and a little while after I started using it this viking of a phone gave out. No matter what I did I couldn't get the screen to stop flashing and decided to take it apart, because I possibly wanted to fix it one day. Well in the process I punctured the battery. But other than that I successfully took it apart. But I need some files on that phone, s note files to be exact that didn't get backed up for some reason. What would be the easiest and cheapest way to get the data back. Is it possible to plug a USB C cord in the motherboard to provide power and access the files. I'm sure that's too good to be true and I'll need to replace all the broken parts of the phone. Such as the battery I broke, and the entire screen assembly. If that's the case where is the best place to buy parts, or should I buy a broken note 9 where I could use the screen, and the battery. I'm sorry for my poor use of Grammer etc. But I do thank anyone that takes the time to read this and give me some advice. Hope you all have a great day/night. Thank you again



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If you’re after your files find a donor device. The screen can be damaged as long as the touch, picture, and battery work. You can swap the board from your device (the one with the files you’re after) into the frame of the donor. Just take your time and be patient and as long as you didn’t damage anything else, you’re ready for the next step.

You’ll need to power the device on to enable USB debugging mode. You’ll want to have the wireless charging coil screwed into it’s proper place so it can make contact with the board. The reason being is the coil has a temp sensor on it. Without it, the phone will think the temperature is too low and won’t charge.

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