I need help! I had an Arduino Nano Every. I also wanted to compare it with a Nano (clone). To solder the Nano (clone) headers, I placed headers on breadboard where my nano every also was placed
I dropped a blob of solder on my Nano Every over the the region marked with Yellow in the above image and SAMD chip and 3.3V regulator.
What exactly is the component marked in yellow and how do I test if its still functional?
How do I test if SAMD chip is soldered on the board firmly and is working fine?
Now the BIGGEST problem, in an effort to clean the mess I made, I accidently touched my Soldering Iron over the region in Red. The component there was desoldered and stuck to my soldering iron so badly, I couln't get it off! So I need to replace it! What was it (I am guessing a resistor? What was its exact value and exact tolerance and exact size? Where in India I can buy its replacement? Please Help me!
Also My Nano Every differs with the online images a lil bit, including the component I desoldered. Does that mean I have a counterfiet?