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    • Here it is, the Sony PS Vita. Sure it looks similar to the good ol' PSPs, but it packs a handful of cool new features:

    • 4 Core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore Processor

    • 4 Core SGX543MP4+ GPU

    • 512 MB RAM + 128 MB VRAM

    • 5" OLED Touchscreen running 24-bit color, 960 x 544 pixel qHD display and rear capacitive multi-touch pad

    • Front and Rear 0.3 MP VGA cameras

    • Two analog joysticks

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    • The front holds the usual diamond of shape-coded buttons, a D-Pad, and two analog sticks. If that's not enough for you, don't forget the two bumper buttons, the three smaller buttons parked just below the analog sticks and, of course, the touchscreen.

    • The bottom side of the PS Vita is left relatively bare and is occupied by the charging port, headphone jack, and the memory card door.

    • The top of the PS Vita is adorned with the volume button, power button, game card slot, and an accessory slot.

    • Your accessories may have more function and may not be as gaudy.

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    • When we turn the Vita over, we are instantly thrilled to see a secret code!

    • It appears to be a cheat code. We postulate that pressing all of the action buttons in order, starting with the triangle and rotating clockwise -- roughly 410 times -- will give you unlimited lives, moneys, manas, likes, whatever!

    • Apparently the hidden cheat code does more than make your team in NFL Blitz 12 into a pack of running hotdogs. For the first time, this handheld device actually has a rear capacitive multi-touch pad. Curious how it could be used? Check out this demonstration!

    • Above the rear touchpad lies the first camera ever seen in a handheld PlayStation device.

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    • It's time to play "Which card will work in my PS Vita?"! We'll give you a hint: it's the one labeled "Sony PS Vita."

    • Don't be fooled by the size and shape of the PS Vita's memory card. While it looks similar to the microSD cards surrounding it, there is no cross compatibility. That's right, if you want more memory, you've got to buy Sony's proprietary cards.

    • The same rule applies to the game cards. They look similar to SD cards, but the pinouts and shape differ in such a way that makes cross-compatibility impossible. Sorry hackers.

    With sd2vita and psvsd microsd cards can now be used on the PS Vita.Hackers Win!

    Jeffrey Lalo - Antwort

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    • The 3G version of the PS Vita can connect to the internet via Wi-Fi or the AT&T 3G network with a SIM card stored right in the side of the device.

    • Currently, Sony only offers data plans as a month-to-month service through AT&T.

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    • Common Phillips #00 screws hold the case halves together. All are easily accessible, though two are cleverly hidden under the accessory port cover.

    • 10 points to Gryffindor!

    There are 4 Black Screws and 4 Silver Screws at this point.

    hitpatel2 - Antwort

    a few less puns and a little more details would be cool. How do you unplug both the battery cable and the rear-touchpad wire from the mother board please?

    Mighty Sashiman - Antwort

    This is a teardown not a repair guide idiot

    Duck -

    Can i play on this device in Wr Thunder - https://insider.games/game/war-thunder-r...

    John Gatsby - Antwort

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    • We remove all the screws, but the case halves hold fast. Oh well, what fun is a teardown if the device just opens itself up for us? We prefer a bit of a challenge.

    • Our plastic opening tool easily levers the case in twain to reveal a sea of tightly packed electronics.

    This broke most of my spudgers....

    Amanda Christensen - Antwort

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    • The battery is secured to the back case with a pair of Phillips #00 screws and... well that's it. There's no adhesive!

    • The Vita's battery runs at a standard 3.7 V and packs an impressive 2210 mAh punch.

    • We're confident that between the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, 5" qHD display and two touch pads, every bit of capacity in the battery will be put to good use.

    • The wireless card is easily identifiable by the mess of antenna cables connected to it.

    • A flick of our magic spudger frees the wireless card for inspection.

    Model PCH-1001 does not have a wireless card in this location.

    Amanda Christensen - Antwort

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    • With surgical-like precision and care, we remove the EMI shields from the wireless card to reveal:

    • Qualcomm PM8028 power management

    • Avago ACPM-7868 linear quad-band power amplifier module

    • Epcos 7964 SAW duplexer

    • Avago ACPM-5001 CDMA band 1 power amplifier module

    • Avago ACPM-5002 CDMA band 2 power amplifier module

    • Avago ACPM-5005 CDMA band 5 power amplifier module

    • Avago ACPM-5008 CDMA band 8 power amplifier module

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    • Turning our attention to the backside of the wireless card we find:

    • Qualcomm MDM6200, which supports HSPA+ speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps

    • Toshiba TY890A111222KA Mobile SDR SDRAM

    • Sony CXM3555ER antenna switch module

    This card is strictly for the 3G connectivity. Only the 3G versions of the Vita will have this card and connector. The Wi-Fi only version does not have this connector installed.

    ccfman2004 - Antwort

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    • The PS Vita is very modular. Check out all these connectors!

    • Having all the components on a single ribbon cable or PCB makes repair both difficult and costly. With all these individual components, the Vita should be easy to repair.

    • We detach a few connectors and remove the SIM card board from the colorful innards of the device.

    Can you show the photo of the sim card slot on the other side? I somehow force out a sim card and some pins are bended. I would like to see how the pin looks like so that I can bend it back. Thanks.

    psvitauser - Antwort

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    • Recruiting the help of our spudger, we remove the rear-facing camera.

    • Though the Vita is the first Sony handheld device to boast a camera, you shouldn't cancel your D800 pre-order quite yet. The 640x480 pixel VGA quality (0.3 MP) camera isn't likely to wow the folks browsing your Flickr stream.

    • On a related note, the camera is of perfect quality to turn your world into an Augmented Reality.

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    • After a fair amount of disassembly, we find our old nemesis: adhesive!

    • We easily win the battle against the evil glue with our trusty plastic opening tool and separate the rear multi-touch pad from its frame.

    • Attached to the rear touchpad, we find an Atmel mXT224 touchscreen controller.

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    • Once the back case is off, components start flying out of the PS Vita faster than you can say "PlayStation."

    • The speakers come out without much fuss thanks in part to their pressure contacts. These types of connections are common in devices where space is a concern and there's no room for routing and soldering speaker wires.

    • With many modes of connectivity comes a whole bundle of antennas. Head-to-head gaming sure has come a long way.

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    • The trigger buttons are easily removed and are a simple, modular design. This means easier and cheaper repair for the masses!

    • If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Sony has used the same basic design for the R and L trigger buttons since the original PSP.

    I'm having issues with the right button being stuck on the on position digitally. Any suggestions?

    Fantasy Silicone Statuettes - Antwort

    Well it seems like any button that had anything to do with a ribbon placement is jacked

    Fantasy Silicone Statuettes - Antwort

    The up and down and the right analog. Im gonna replace the right analog and see if it changes anything

    Fantasy Silicone Statuettes - Antwort

    just accidentally make it fall lol

    omer minhaj - Antwort

    Tengo una consulta. Hay posibilidad de reemplazar el conector donde va la banda del Power Button Switch ON Off Flex Ribbon?

    I damaged the Power Button Switch ON Off Flex Ribbon port. Is there any way to repair it?

    Pablo Ur160118 - Antwort


    John Gatsby - Antwort

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    • The button boards are held on with nothing more than a few screws.

    • The PS Vita control interfaces are separated into several small pieces, further enhancing repairability of this device.

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    • As we begin removing the screws for the motherboard, it slowly dawns on us...

    • Colored screws! The pink-ish screws hold the motherboard in place while the blue screws hold attachments to the motherboard.

    • It's like a boy/girl screw party!

    • When we were done ogling the colored screws, we lifted the motherboard up and away, detaching the OLED display and touchscreen connectors.

    Does it matter if you put the screws back in the same location

    Joshua Lauck - Antwort

    PCH-1001 has an additional motherboard screw behind the camera

    Amanda Christensen - Antwort

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    • A spudger and a tiny bit of force frees the front-facing camera from the motherboard.

    • The small camera shares the same 640 x 480 pixel VGA quality as its rear-facing brother.

    I m sort of curious, if you could replace that with a better camera module

    dthick - Antwort

    can i have more specs about the cameras

    which company they are from

    whats the model num

    omer minhaj - Antwort

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    • With the motherboard finally all by itself, we can begin chip identification:

    • Sony CXD5315GG quad-core processor + system memory

    • Samsung KLM4G1FE3A-F001 NAND flash memory

    • Fujitsu MB44C026A

    • Marvell 88W878S-BKB2 Avastar WLAN/Bluetooth/FM Single-Chip SoC

    • Wolfson Micro WM1803E audio codec

    • STMicroelectronics 3GA51H gyroscope

    • Kionix KXTC9 three-axis MEMS accelerometer

    • We baked our Vita in order to separate the front plastic (and fused OLED display) from the frame. Our quick recipe for frame removal:

    • Pre-heat oven to 200 F.

    • Place PS Vita front panel assembly in the oven and set timer for 10 minutes.

    • Remove the PS Vita from the oven and carefully peel the plastic off the front case using several guitar picks. Watch out -- it's hot!

    • Take 10 points back from Gryffindor.

    • Baking electronics: much easier than baking bread. All the ingredients are pre-mixed!

    lolwut, are you serious about the owen part, or just trolling :))))))))))

    Stefan Constantin Dumitrache - Antwort

    Umm… really?!?! for real?

    Brayton Dickey - Antwort

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    • The front plastic and OLED display slowly came off from the frame. Note that the OLED display is fused to the plastic, making this procedure very precarious.

    • Underneath we find another Atmel mXT224 touchscreen controller, which has graced tons of teardown devices in the past, including this one!

    • We also found a grid of what appears to be a smörgåsbord of capacitors, resistors (and one lonely diode) under the frame. Interesting...

    How do you fuse them back together again if you have a replacement OLED?

    Sam Lindsay - Antwort

    A bit late to the party, but I'd guess it was bonded with some kind of LOCA (Liquid Optically Clear Adhesive) glue. It's also used in mobile phones to stick LCD to front glass.

    If so it's possible to stick them back together, you can find both LOCA glue and LOCA dissolver (if you want to try and replace only front glass so you need to clean LCD from old glue) on ebay. There's also thin (very thin) wire that used to cut through original glue and separate screen from glass on mobile phones. Heat the screen with heat gun, lift glass a bit, get wire in and slowly heat and cut.

    But luckily my vita is still OK so I don't have to test all of these theories :D

    solo761 -

    Is the front panel two parts? touch screen and lcd?

    rock6d - Antwort

    Yes, the touch screen and the OLED are two parts but they are connected to each other in a way that make you have to change both even if only one of them are broken.

    Nicklas -

    Fusing back together... Now that would be a great tutorial

    Fantasy Silicone Statuettes - Antwort

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    • After much deliberation, the council of iFixit has deemed appropriate a reparability score of 8 out of 10.

    • All screws are standard Phillips #00. No security or proprietary bits here.

    • Modular design means lower repair costs because small parts can be replaced individually.

    • Only one component was held in place with adhesive: the rear touch panel.

    • Battery is not easily accessible, but it is definitely serviceable by the average user armed with the appropriate screwdriver.

    • The front plastic is fused to the OLED (and difficult to separate from the frame), making replacement of the display more expensive.

31 Kommentare

I am just curious, is it possible to replace the PSVita 2000 LCD screen with the OLED screen of the regular Vita?

z4n7h3r - Antwort

No it aint possible

Damian -

where do you get one of the wireless cards

omer minhaj - Antwort

can someone tell where is the sixaxis motion sensor located?

aliefbimo adipancoro - Antwort

It's the gyroscope it is on the mother board

scruffy dynamite -

My battery is getting up and then low and then up and then low immediately.Any suggestions

will help

Ahsan Ahmad - Antwort

I had the same issue but fixed it by removing the battery from the vita and connecting the battery again... :) Good luck

John Smith -

The PS Vita has some major Power Issues! - whats with every Vita dying after a couple of years.. Mine is completely dead even after getting a new battery..

NPDesigns -

Thanks for providing the information that how to repair the PlayStation.

belly william - Antwort

That's not a repair guide, but a teardown, doing this teardown may not result towards what you were looking for, sometimes it leads to being unbale to reassemble the hardware, there should be a PlayStation Repair Guide hidden somewhere.

Jeremy Arthur Belpois -

Hey guys, in the "This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your PlayStation Vita, use our service manual." the "service manual" link is a link to our actual service manual! And as a bonus, if you click "PlayStation Vita Repair" at the top of this page, you will be taken to the PlayStation Vita repair manual replete with guides!

Sam Goldheart -

there is something wrong with your repair guide link........

Nodirjon Imomkulov - Antwort

what kind of adhesive would you use to re-adhere the rear touchpad?

zFix - Antwort


I would like desperately know where are all the face buttons controlled from. Pls assist.

All buttons are dead except power and home. In safe mode all is working. HAVE reset from safemode, did software update. Have 3 units like this. Etienne

Etienne - Antwort

i have a problem with the PS button not working anymore the has been changed and and ok now which side of the motherboard ps vita i have to see to look for a fault ... Thanks

Antonio - Antwort

i have a problem with the PS button not working anymore the has been changed and and ok now which side of the motherboard ps vita i have to see to look for a fault ... Thanks..

Antonio - Antwort

Thanks for this I needed to use this to put a new mother board in my system.

Hack That - Antwort

Thanks for this. I needed this to help me put a new mother board in my system.

Hack That - Antwort

Anyone had any luck removing the charge port? I’m having a really hard time getting it off via heat gun. It just won’t budge

Jezz Bentham - Antwort

Try using wick or a solder pump to first remove some solder from the mounting legs, then they won’t require so much heat.

Also use flux and add tiny bit of solder to the mounting legs first to get the old solder flowing.

Sno oks -

Thanks! Left stick on my Vita stopped workign properly, but I got a spare one with a broken screen, gonna try and swap the stick.

Oleg Tkachenko - Antwort

Hey Oleg! This is a teardown not a repair manual, check out our left joystick replacement guide instead!

Sam Goldheart -

CAN i replace a PCH_1003 Screen with a PCH-1001 screen ?

MIHAJA [Mercury Warriors] - Antwort

I have Japanese 1000 model. I cant figure out what bit is used to replace the 3G module. Its not a phillips like the American version. Its so small I cant even tell if its a star or hex or torx bit. Anyone have any ideas?

cristian g - Antwort

is ebay the best places to find parts for repairing the buttons and shoulders?

Nicholas Mo - Antwort

Is there any way to disassemble, clean and reassebmle the analog module? My Vita has issues with the analog sticks and all the replacement analog sticks I’ve bought so far also have issues. Some people have suggested taking out the flex cable and cleaning the contact points, but I’m not sure how to do that.

vladmoraru97 - Antwort


the right anolog stick on my vita doesn’t work so I have replaced that and the right board but still no success. Any suggestions?

baker_balls - Antwort

how to fix the gyroscope?

Mohd Yazid Abdul Hajis - Antwort

Any one able to tell me how to repair some corrosion on the left joy stick socket onto the left mother board , I’m game it moves me back and left

ImA MemeGamer - Antwort

A Phillips #00 bit is pretty large for all of the screws, which could lead to the screws being rounded off/stripped. I’d recommend using a Phillips #000 bit instead, since it fits perfectly with the screws.

grizzogor - Antwort

I was hoping to take the front plastic off to paint it lime green or something but looks like that might be hard

benjamin rivera - Antwort

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