How I Made My Own Android Phone – in China



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I built a Samsung Galaxy S9+ entirely from parts I bought in the cell phone parts markets of in Shenzhen, China. And it works and runs Android!

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34 Comments

  1. Okay that was interesting. Is it possible to switch a flagship processor on a budget phone? I will appreciate everyone's comment.. thankyou 💜

  2. What was the total cost in parts, it was interesting to see how cheap everything seemed to be in the market?

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  4. You forgot the bit where you try throwing yourself off the roof of the factory after working 16 hour days, 6 days a week for about 12 months or so.

  5. What about the classic handset like Nokia 3310 or something like that or somewhere when the handset start having camera & coloured screen??

    Hihi that would be fun..

  6. When this whole pandemic is over, I need to head over to Huaqiangbei, in particular the shops you went to get the display, battery and adhesives. Need to give my S9+ a new lease of life.

  7. When corona virus is over..i want you sir to build a power phone..like rog phone sistem on old phone hehe

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