I have bought a HC05 bluetooth module and I think I accidentally short circuited it. Is there any way to change the voltage regulator or methods to reuse it again?
I suppose you're referring to the HC05 module, already soldered on a board, with the 6-pin header. The regulator is on that board.
Online you'll find several versions of that board, therefore you should check the schematics, to find which you need to mount. For instance, on some board, a R1114-33 is used.
Changing the regulator is not the hardest task on earth, however, other components are very close to it (capacitors).
Still there are 2 things to consider:
- Is it worthy to change the regulator? That module will cost few bucks.
- As you can see from the datasheet, the regulator is short-circuit protected (yes, it does not mean that it will be indestructible). I think, instead, you destroyed one of the two ICs of the bluetooth module soldered on board. And those one, beside of being quite difficult to find and expensive in small quantity, they are very hard do replace.