Has anyone here opened a vita?

#11Steve_TeddiePosted 3/14/2013 9:36:54 PM
I gave you a serious answer, jabroni!
#12EseenuzPosted 3/14/2013 9:40:06 PM
IDK here's a vid tho

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvJWXvAEcxQ
#13jackg2113Posted 3/14/2013 9:45:37 PM
4 screws on the back
2 screws on the bottom
2 screws on the top (under the thing next to where you insert game card)
Use nails (if you have them) or gentle with flat head screw driver (if i were you i wouldnt use the screw driver)
and lift it off. Search it on youtube and you can find several videos. If you are in warranty I wouldnt open it cause they can tell if screws have been tampered with
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#14FinnelforeverPosted 3/14/2013 9:47:16 PM
Wouldn't it be safer if you just bring it to the game shop technician and let them do the job?
#15X_ULTIMA_X(Topic Creator)Posted 3/14/2013 9:49:10 PM
jackg2113 posted...
4 screws on the back
2 screws on the bottom
2 screws on the top (under the thing next to where you insert game card)
Use nails (if you have them) or gentle with flat head screw driver (if i were you i wouldnt use the screw driver)
and lift it off. Search it on youtube and you can find several videos. If you are in warranty I wouldnt open it cause they can tell if screws have been tampered with


Thanks, is that really the only way they can tell youve opened it? The condition of the screws?
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#16Steve_TeddiePosted 3/14/2013 9:50:51 PM
From: X_ULTIMA_X | #015
jackg2113 posted...
4 screws on the back
2 screws on the bottom
2 screws on the top (under the thing next to where you insert game card)
Use nails (if you have them) or gentle with flat head screw driver (if i were you i wouldnt use the screw driver)
and lift it off. Search it on youtube and you can find several videos. If you are in warranty I wouldnt open it cause they can tell if screws have been tampered with


Thanks, is that really the only way they can tell youve opened it? The condition of the screws?

There is a tiny alarm inside that goes directly to Kaz's desk. I wouldn't risk it.
#17X_ULTIMA_X(Topic Creator)Posted 3/14/2013 10:02:18 PM
Finnelforever posted...
Wouldn't it be safer if you just bring it to the game shop technician and let them do the job?


Insaw a video and i shouldnt have to touch anything inside the vita just take the back off because thats where the triggers are
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#18BlazakenkiPosted 3/14/2013 10:10:59 PM
You don't take good enough care of it.
You don't deserve a vita!
*spits on floor
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#19aryanbrarPosted 3/14/2013 11:30:53 PM
here you go man
http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/PlayStation+Vita+Teardown/7872/1
#20X_ULTIMA_X(Topic Creator)Posted 3/15/2013 2:21:28 AM
Thanks, its out of warranty, unfortuantely there was no way for me to make it any tighter. I actually have no idea how its looser and rattles
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