Found out that i didn't close the back frame while testing the phone and the antenna didn't touch the circuit. After assembling whole phone till the end and charging phone it works perfectly. So lesson learned, don't ask questions from forums in the middle of assembly. :) Always assemble your device all the way, before trouble shooting!
You can try to optimize your boot from settings too. Here is good video for win10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbC7QIia... And your win defender error occurs because your saved path to program files is wrong. It can occur when file is move to different place or the file structure is change so the program can't read it.
I don't want to be buzzkill, but buying new headphones might be the best solution. You can try fix it with two part epoxy glue or power repair putty. Both of these makes stronger seal than the plastic it self, but they cost 5-10$, and i think you can get new headphones with 30$.
Hi, Jugstar In my experience you can't find OEM level spare parts on Sony s gaming headphones. Only thing what you can change is the cups. So the next best bet is to find A grade counter parts witch can be crap shoot sometimes and they don't work as well. People who made step by step guides on ifixit could have little better insight.
If your phone battery has expanded in size, causing the battery not sit flat, it’s possible that your battery has bloated. Although this bloating is an inbuilt mechanism to prevent pressure building up inside, they might be dangerous and i would recommend you proceed with caution. (this is not natural state for battery, so it should be changed) In general, a swollen battery occurs when the battery’s cells are overcharged, as lithium-ion batteries “react unfavorably to overcharging,” according to Don Sadoway, Professor of Materials Chemistry at MIT. As Professor Sadoway explained to Electronics Weekly: There are strict limits on how much current can be put through a lithium-ion cell. During normal charging, you never see metallic lithium, which is inherently unstable. But during overcharging, the lithium builds up faster than it can dissipate. The result is that metallic lithium plates up on the anode. At the same time, the cathode becomes an oxidizing agent and loses stability. This reaction produces heat,...