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    Default 1011 Fixed - Need Confirmation

    Has anyone else tried this?


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    From hacktheiphone.com:

    Got an iBrick with a 1011 error?
    For those of you out there with iBricks because you opened the phone and got an error message 1011 (perhaps others) stating iTunes could not restore the phone, there appears to be a solution to this. It was reported by one person that they recovered from this error by first unsoldering the positive connection to the battery (the red cable) and then disconnecting the communications circuit board from the logic board. When put back together and the lead resoldered the iPhone could restore again. It is not known whether just unsoldering the battery lead would have done the trick, so you might want to try just unseating the two boards first (without having to solder). If this works for you, please let me know so I can share it with everyone.

    -- September 5, 06:41 PST
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    It shouldn't matter whether it's black or red, both are required to complete the circuit. If the positive lead is removed, why does one need to disconnect the comm board? There's no power!

    Is there's an internal reset switch upon disconnection of the boards, I doubt it.

    People, let's not rush out and do this, it's not that "easy" to remove the boards.

    Let the folks with steady hands lead the way.



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    Who's gonna try it out? And who was it that tried it in the first place?

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    I have a 1011 bricked iphone. I just tried unsoldering the battery terminal (+), letting it sit for a minute or two, then resoldering. I didn't remove any circuit boards.

    It didn't unbrick.

    I'll let someone else try disconnecting the comm board.

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    If you've already gone that far... is it that much of a hassle to get the comm board off?

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    hi, only unsolder the red cable doesn't work for me.... :-(

    disconnect the com board mhhhh ?!

    i try it tomorrow give me practice for the new com-board :-)

    regards


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    Once you disconnect the battery, separating the boards would do absolutely nothing more to cause a fix (unless you had a bad connection between the boards to start with). Once the battery is disconnected the machine is TOTALLY shut down (except for residual charge in some capacitors). The only thing separating and reconnecting the boards would do is allow more time for any charge stored in capaictors to drain away. If you are going to try this "fix", just unsolder one battery lead, wait a few hours (like overnight would be good), resolder the battery wire.

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    can someone please tell me
    what is the communications circuit board ?
    and what is the logic board?

    I want to try this
    Thanks

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