Unfortunately and regrettably.
Whilst trying to install and fit an SKR Turbo 1.4 Turbo Motherboard into 3D printer body, I managed to break the SKR 1.4 Turbo Motherboard SD-card reader. The card reader is not flush and protrudes from the board. It peeled the reader from the PCB.
I attempted to fix it without success. I have since removed it from the controller board (the original SD-Card Reader PCB pads are not intact so connecting a new SD-Card Reader in place is not possible)
Have I bricked my brand new controller board?
Please can anyone suggest (If possible):
Is there a way that this could be rectified in respect to uploading/flashing the Marlin 2 firmware to the SKR 1.4 Turbo without the original SD-Card Reader Module?
I am under the impression I may be able to use a programmer of some description to upload the firmware?
Installation of a new SD-Card Reader that could be used instead of the built in default SD-Card Reader?
I think I would be required to first modify Marlin and then flash the motherboard firmware? Then perhaps be able to connect another SD-Card reader to the motherboard via SPI or alternative e.g wires to the respective pins on the reverse of the board?
Could somebody kindly point me in the right direction? I would appreciate some guidance if this indeed possible?