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Turning one of my old Android phones into a webcam is something I've been thinking about doing for a long time now.

A couple of years ago, I backed a 3D printer project on Kickstarter (Rigid Bot, if you're interested).

My first thought was to try and repair the actual USB charging port.

The heat gun that comes as part of the station worked great to loosen the solder on the port, allowing me to remove it.

Depending on your phone, for tools you may need a soldering iron, bench top power supply, hot glue gun, and a set of teeny tiny screw drivers.

I was recently provided this soldering station from thediyoutlet.com, and this project was it's maiden voyage.

It took a long time to finally get the thing, and it's frequently glitchy and buggy.

I'd like to be able to keep an eye on it when I'm out of the room or at work.

Maybe like me, you're a pack rat and horde all sorts of shiny, semi-working technology . So, when my fancy Razr Maxx stopped charging about a year ago (hey, so I'm three generations behind the times, sue me), I simply had to set it aside and buy a new phone (S3, hurray! The Razr still worked fine, I just had to drill a hole in it and extend a battery wire out so I could attach some alligator clips to those and attach that to a USB charger.

Not an elegant solution, but it worked out okay until I replaced it!

I then tried to wire the end of a USB cable directly to the circuit board.

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