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Phone stuck in Battery Dead / Apple Logo Boot Loop

Ok so serious help needed. I do a lot of iPhone repairs and recently some one came to me with a broken IPhone 6 Plus. Screen was cracked with no signs of life, he had taken it to a shop who claimed the Antenna was broken and it would cost £600 to repair. (Have to wonder how these shops stay in business.)

Anyways I ordered a new LCD and went to fit it only to find the shop had physically cut the cables to the LCD, Digitizer, Speaker and Camera. (You could literally just remove the screen without removing the shield covering the connectors, the battery was also rather bent up)

So I replaced the LCD, Digitizer, Speaker etc and Voila phone boots... then dies showing the dead battery icon then boots again. My first thought was battery is stuck trying to boot and then booting to fast and dieing so I put the phone in DFU Mode for a few hours. This yielded the same thing, the battery appears to have taken no charge.

So I brought a new Battery and fitted it assuming that the old bent battery was dead. (When removing the old battery I did notice it was damaged and smelled horrendous so blown). I fitted the new battery but again I have the same thing. Plug in... Red Battery dead icon... Instant Apple Logo and Booting... Black Screen... Battery Dead Icon.... Rinse repeat.

I have tried booting with the camera and screen off in case the cheap replacement was sucking too much power but this gave me iTunes error 9 and appeared to have the same issue. (not that I could see the screen)

I have tried to update but it won't work, restoring is not an option as the contents will be lost and the person I'm fixing it for desperately needs the content.

I've fixed 100's of iphones and never had this issue so any suggestions would be highly appreciated.

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Thanks for the feedback that's all excellent stuff. I have access to a tester so i'll take a look when I get in from work as I didn't think of the lightening dock itself and how that could factor into this.

It makes a lot of sense, I just assumed it was working as the phone is recognised etc when plugged in.

In honesty I feel the company that did the repair was deliberately trying to break the phone (Bent Battery & Cut Ribbon Cables) and I can only hope they have not done more significant damage. Annoyingly I don't have another handset to put the battery into to charge it or I would do that right away just to get the device powered on as that's all the guy I'm helping cares about.

Any ideas if theres a work around to make a charger pack?

Thanks Again


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ok so you have replaced the battery have you replaced the lightning dock ? whilst it may be showing the icon for charging the dock may be damaged not passing enough amps. Have you got a usb amp meter if so whats the amps that the iPhone draws when on charge ? from. battery pack a healthy level would be 0.8 to 1.0 amps if the figure remains stable.

If not drawing amps then it could be u2/tristar. Easy test take the battery out charge in another phone or battery charger make sure it works in another phone then put it back in the damaged one and connect a new dock if it boots then sorted.

Other option could be the previous repair has been so bad they have damaged or knocked of components maybe near the battery connector or maybe the battery connector itself could have a problem and needs to be replaced. I had an iPhone 5s with exact same problem and I had to replace the batter connector to get it working again.

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Bradley Sparkes wird auf ewig dankbar sein.

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