@nkomp18 Depending on the number of layers and traces, you can attempt to do board level repair. This would be difficult and require micro soldering. Unfortunately, boards with more than a bottom and top layer would prove extremely difficult to repair(if not impossible). If you can source a motherboard, you could swap the boards and use a backup of your data. Unfortunately cracks in the motherboard are very difficult to fix. Please let me know if you found this helpful by clicking on the helpful button.
Your English is not helping in diagnosing your issue. What I could gather from your question was: My Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime does not have enough storage The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime offers expandable storage via a micro SD card( up to 64 Gigabytes). Specific instructions acn be found at http://www.samsung.com/ca/support/skp/fa...
I have a list of possible issues. Keep in mind, I am not a macbook repair expert, but have compiled this list from other similar issues. -Dead Battery -Short to Ground in one of the cables -Malfunctioning Keyboard/Trackpad/WebCam causing a short -The fact that its a mac :(
I would assume you have two options. You can: 1) Use the factory reset option under General>Reset 2) As mentioned in other comments, connect your Iphone to itunes and use the restore function to factory reset your device Have a wonderful evening/morning/afternoon!