I've got a bit of a Kram-fu problem on a chassis I'm working on right now. Effectively, the only place I can put a proffie 1.5 in the chassis leaves no access to either USB or microSD. Which is okay, I can program it before installing it, but it'd be a shame not to be able to change soundfonts or upgrade the OS in the future.
The only workaround I can think of is desoldering the micro USB, soldering some extension wires on the pads, and soldering them to a micro usb breakout board further down in the chassis, where space is (a little) more abundant. I have access to a hot air rework station and a (little) bit of experience using it. I've resoldered a couple of broken micro USBs before, so it's not out of my wheelhouse.
What I'm asking is, before I give it a go, is there a workaround that I don't know of? I'm not that familiar with Proffie yet, this will be my first build with it onboard. I know there's no R.I.C.E. equivalent. I know bluetooth is viable, but there's just no space in hilt for a bluetooth module, so that's out. Is there anything that could be bodged via the Rx/Tx pads?