My first pi fell to the ground and was broken.
Today, after some work I changed the SD slot (it was damaged) and as my next project requires a raspberry compact I decided to take advantage of what already ruined.
I unsoldered the connector and I proceeded to soldered a new one. On this there is not much to say, it was simple.
To remove the USB connector, I had to drill and cut away. In fact, failing to provide alien technologies I removed the connector by cutting it and leaving the contacts to view.
With the soldering iron I heated the pond and then I removed all the pins with a blower and I removed it from the holes.
I then proceeded to solder a 2×4 header so that you can connect one of those extensions that are used in the cases.
Now my raspberry working properly and takes up less space! So i have named it “Raspberry Pi Zombie”
I conclude with a small update on the shield, I had to replace the resistors soldered because they were 1mm larger and did not contact with the PCB.