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Changing processor, gpu and ram ??

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My brother has a tablet with a 1ghz single core ARMv7

An unkown gpu so i dont know....and  500 mb ram.

Because he has some battery problems and the charger opening is completly f'cked up.

So my question is of i can replace it or even add it (like a computer) ??

so I would have 1gig of ram and replace my 600mhz armv6 with a 1ghz armv7 (because you cant combine armv6 and armv7)

 

Tnx

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No, you cannot.

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Despite of probably incompability armv6 and armv7 "socket" (if i can name it like that) replacing cpu is impossible in home, you must have special soldering device for that.

But ram addition is possible in some devices, Allwinner A10 for example, but i don't think you can do anything with blade.

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Think a bit guys....

Smartphones are not computers, even if you would manage to replace cpu, the new would just burn out whole mobo. Why do you even think that smartphone have socket :P. These system are embedded...

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Ok, thank you everyone for helping me :)

I will just keep the ipad for in case I can use it.

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Think a bit guys....

Smartphones are not computers, even if you would manage to replace cpu, the new would just burn out whole mobo. Why do you even think that smartphone have socket :P. These system are embedded...

LOL!

 

This thread... I cannot tell if genuine or trolling... 

 

Ah sher tis be grand like, pop open the case and plonk in the CPU.... 

 

Think before posting... just saying...

 

+1 for making me laugh and facepalm at the same time... 

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This is EPIC lol

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LOL!

This thread... I cannot tell if genuine or trolling...

Ah sher tis be grand like, pop open the case and plonk in the CPU....

Think before posting... just saying...

+1 for making me laugh and facepalm at the same time...

Shouldnt you think before posting?

You are the troll here :P.

I was just answering for question...

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