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    Hi i have a 3G and a 3GS with one common issue...

    When ever I mount the boardd on the battery, the battery vlotage drops by .1v every second and finally goes to 0v... in this process the board gets really heated up... i only see an apple logo... this is the case with my 3GS too.. any solution???



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    do you have any after market accessories or chargers which you use on both phones? Sometimes they can ruin your battery..

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    Noes... nothing... just the phone..

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    I found the problem... but i need advice frm a hardware expert....

    The "Dialog semiconductor" IC is the power manager for application processor in 3GS... there are 3 components (Prolly resistors) (idk what they are),,, which gets 3.7v(from battery)... but the output of one of these component mixes ground with it...which becomes the input to the IC... as a result C gets heated up and finally ends in draining the battery... any solution?? pls?

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    Normally, this is a problem with de PMU (APPLE 338S0533), and to solve it you need to replace the PMU from the logic board it self. It's BGA IC type, so it's a professional task.

    Cheers!


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    I have same problem. Have You find to buy that IC?
    I think that original IC can be replaced with DIALOG DA9052.
    Maybe anyone know where I can get one of these IC?

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    Tried mailing them asking for sample IC... didnt get any reply yet.. still waiting.

 

 

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