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    Default [Battery] damaged soldering trace !!!!

    Hello to all
    I have damaged the battery soldering trace and now I'm unable to reconnect the battery, anybody knows if there is an alternative point to use



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    nope, sucks to be you.

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    Might I ask why you're soldering in there?

    Assuming you have skill with a soldering iron, you have a multimeter too, right? You ought to be able to touch that and find some local exposed component with zero resistance. Post a nice picture of the area and maybe some suggestions will come out of it.

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    Hello to all
    I have damaged the battery soldering trace and now I'm unable to reconnect the battery, anybody knows if there is an alternative point to use

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    Please don't cry


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    ouuuchhh...

    Simple solution: BUY A NEW COMM BOARD.

    The scratches look so deep that the board have some serious damage in lower layers.


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    Order done, 199$

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    Yeah, that's pretty bad. It also looks like some of the traces leading to the antenna connector are messed up too?

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    Yea,
    the solder was too strong 80watt and i lused the patient Too Much Coffee that day

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    I wouldn't do that if you haven't damaged any parts. Soldering trace could be found from picture of a new iPhone . There are a lots around have opened their iPhone and send pics in the internet. After finding trace you coud use a piece of wire to fix it instead of spending $200

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    This new board will only cost 50 bucks because this fubar one will show up on ebay.


 

 
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