Do you ever get a bent USB connector?
If yes, then you need to read this guide.
If you have a bent USB connector, then there’s no way you can connect anything to it.
This could mean that you’ll have to buy a new cable or even a whole new device.
I’m going to explain you how to fix a bent USB connector.
Fixing a Bent or Broken USB Connector in Easy Steps
If you have a broken USB connector, you can fix it yourself. It’s easy and cheap. Here are the steps to follow: 1. Remove the plastic casing from the end of the cable. 2. Pull off the metal tab that holds the plastic casing together. 3. Unscrew the two screws holding the metal piece to the base of the connector. 4. Slide the metal piece away from the base of the connector until it pops out. 5. Now you can remove the metal piece. 6. Put the new connector into place. 7. Screw the metal piece back onto the base of the connector using the two screws. 8. Reattach the plastic casing to the end of the cable using the plastic tabs. 9. Plug the cable into the port on your computer or other device. 10. Enjoy!
Use a Nose-Plier
A nose-plier is a tool used to grip and pull nails out of wood. A nose-plier consists of a handle, a jaw, and a nail-gripping surface. The handle is usually made of hardwood such as maple or oak, while the jaw is made of steel. Nail-gripping surfaces vary depending on what type of material the user wants to pull nails out of. For example, if the user wants to pull out nails from soft woods such as pine or cedar, he or she will use a flat jaw. On the other hand, if the user wants nails pulled out of hardwoods such as oak or maple, he or she will need a pointed jaw.
Time to Replace the Terminal
If you are using a Mac, you can easily replace the terminal by following these steps: 1 Open System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts Tab
Soldering the Pins
Step 1: Remove the screws from the back of the keyboard Step 2: Take off the top case the plastic piece Step 3: Unscrew the ribbon cable connector Step 4: Pull the ribbon cable out of the connector Step 5: Solder the pins of the ribbon cable into the motherboard Step 6: Put the top case back on the keyboard Step 7: Screw the screws back onto the keyboard Step 8: Reassemble the keyboard Step 9: Connect the keyboard to the computer Step 10: Turn on the computer Step 11: Press the keys on the keyboard to test if everything works fine.