Yes my advice is very bad. I just recovered several hundreds of flash storage devices. But sorry I'm newbie. When some "clever" customer comes to me and I see erased/partially erased dump and he tell me that tried to recover using resoldering/something other methods I just say to that "pro": Oh, fuck off!
Trust me, I've had a lot of such customers as you. And if you will go on your home recovery say goodbye to your data.
LOL... I hope you don't charge much in your dr shop. If you read my post, I told you I have a corrupted partition table. Obviously you don't know what that means because you told me to desolder the memory chip and place it in my pc3k-flash drive. I have already told you that I have recovered the data using rstudio and was trying to repair the partition table. So next time read the post correctly before you make yourself look like an idiot.
Final results: Data recovered with rstudio. Flash drive reformatted. Data copied back.