Blue screen boot loop after water damage (no screw damage)
I have an iPhone 5s that had a minute amount of water damage at the battery connector area. Putting a new battery in would allow full function of the device, but I only did that to remove iCloud account and then turned off. I proceeded to water restoration. I removed the shield next to the battery connector and just partly removed the rear shield. I did not see signs of water on any other part but the very end of the logic board. Once I had cleaned off the corrosion with alcohol, ultrasonic cleaner and brush I put the phone partially together with a new battery.
Now the phone began to do a 10-15 second boot loop.
I tried another battery and these were showing the boot screen for probably 30 seconds then would slide transition into the blue screen for probably 1 second and then reboot, and repeat.
I can not get anything out of any other batteries and am curious how removing the corrosion might have made the phone worse..
Does anyone have any ideas?
Ist dies eine gute Frage?