Is it possible to unsolder a CMOS sensor from one mouse, solder it to another and still regain its proper capability? Bought a shit mouse to replace a decent one that had its buttons practically not working but would like to still use the sensor from the good one.
Might just sound way too picky, but I never liked the feel and surface of the good mouse, it's glossy and white so it gets dirty every single day (yes I wash my fucking hands, almost compulsive with that) and the button section just feels cheap, it's like it is only covered in a thin plastic.
I already had to swap the usb cable because of the shit mouse having a cable shorter than my dick, which led to some moding as the connector wasn't in the correct order. So since I'm working on it, might as well go full retard on it.
The good mouse has a chip in it though, hopefully it is not to help process the scan of the sensor or that will just lead to way too much of a hassle.
>obnoxious design and colors
The jig is up, on tracing that chip I found out that it doesn't access the sensor, I was about to get on with it and then I noticed that my math skills are sub par, the good sensor has 12 connections and the shit one has 8. I'm calling out on this one, thanks for the input though guys.