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Galaxy S7 Charging Daughter Board (Verizon)
Replace the daughter board that includes the USB port, primary microphone, and menu button touch sensors for a Verizon model (SM-G930V) Samsung Galaxy S7.
Galaxy S7 Charge Port
Replace a broken or damaged USB port on a Samsung Galaxy S7 daughter board with this part and fix charging and USB connectivity issues.
Galaxy Note 4 Charging Assembly (Sprint)
Replace the USB charging port, cable, internal home button switch, menu button sensors, and daughter board assembly for the Sprint model Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Galaxy Note5 Charging Assembly (Verizon)
Replace the USB charging port, cable, internal home button switch, menu button sensors, and daughter board assembly for the Verizon model Samsung Galaxy Note5.
Galaxy Note 3 (Sprint) Charging Assembly
Replace a dirty or corroded charging port for a Sprint model Galaxy Note 3 and fix problems with charging and data connections.
Galaxy S6 Charging Daughter Board (AT&T)
Replace the daughter board that includes the USB port, headphone jack, menu button touch sensors, and primary microphone for an AT&T model Samsung Galaxy S6.
Galaxy S6 Charge Port
Replace the USB 2.0 port on a Samsung Galaxy S6 daughter board. This part requires microsoldering.
Galaxy S7 Edge Charging Daughter Board (AT&T)
Replace the daughter board that includes the USB port, primary microphone, and menu button touch sensors for an AT&T model Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Galaxy Note II Charging Assembly (T-Mobile)
Replace the charging port, USB, and cable assembly for a T-Mobile model Galaxy Note II.
Sony Xperia Z3 Charge Port
Replace the Micro-B USB port. This part requires microsoldering.
Android is a Linux-based, open source operating system for mobile devices created by Android Inc., now owned by Google. Today, many different companies use Android for their mobile device product lines including Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and many others.
The first Android phone was the HTC Dream released in October of 2008. Since then Android devices, including tablets and phones, have become popular all across the world. As of May 2013, a total of 900 million Android devices had been activated and 48 billion apps had been installed from the Google Play store. It's currently the most widely used smartphone OS.