So, SD Card connector on my raspberry pi broke down and can't hold the card well enough, so I'd like to solder a new card connector. While I'm at it, I'd also like to remove RCA and audio connectors, as I'm 100% sure I won't ever need these.
So, armed with solder wick and my soldering station, I'm trying to de-solder these elements. But, for some reason, the solder used in rpi won't flow to the wick. Adding more solder to the point and then using the wick only removes the freshly added solder, but the element is still soldered to the board.
So, for those who successfully managed to desolder anything off raspberry, how did you do that? What temperature did you set your soldering iron at? What methods, what dark magics did you apply? Or did you use hot air, and if, at what temperature?