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    ok back and apparently the phone is still in fine condition. It shorted out for a little while, but now its back to its normal defective self.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9-Uv7dra7E

    that's why it's stupid to put your iphone in the microwave.
    Last edited by sakayus; 10-18-2007 at 04:10 AM.


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    We usually used nice 150KV electric shock device to brick electronics ... In US it should be legal as self defence, in our country it's prohibited to own one ...

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    Doesn't any one have a conscience?!? Lol, i thought it was wrong to do this sorta stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecompkid View Post
    Take your USB cable, cut, strip the wires, and hook up the power lines to some higher voltage, like maybe 12 VDC, maybe higher. Hell, you could even use a printer AC adapter, i've seen those go up to 30 VDC. I would not suggest going any higher than that, as you're getting into dangerous territory. Be careful, this is electricity we're talking about. For extra credit points, pop out the sim tray and shove some charged wires in there. Once you've had your fun zapping all the chips, march on down to your apple store and play dumb.

    Seriously, this is usually a great idea. I do it all the time when electronics is dieing but I want to make sure it's totally dead so they replace the whole board rather than thinking "it powers on so must be fine".
    So, I've been having problems with the iPhone... I decide to hook 240v up to the dock connector. sparks, power cable partially welds itself to iPhone case. House electrics shorted...

    iPhone however is fine (well as fine as ever).


    Try again... plug in the usb cable, attach mains power cable to usb. Doesn't short straight out, ok good sign I guess. Try a different connection shorts out mains. Look at iPhone.... it's rebooting. It even still friggin connects to iTunes WTF?!!???! How do I kill this thing?!? It's like the antichrist or something!!!!!

    btw, don't try this at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by new299 View Post
    Seriously, this is usually a great idea. I do it all the time when electronics is dieing but I want to make sure it's totally dead so they replace the whole board rather than thinking "it powers on so must be fine".
    So, I've been having problems with the iPhone... I decide to hook 240v up to the dock connector. sparks, power cable partially welds itself to iPhone case. House electrics shorted...

    iPhone however is fine (well as fine as ever).


    Try again... plug in the usb cable, attach mains power cable to usb. Doesn't short straight out, ok good sign I guess. Try a different connection shorts out mains. Look at iPhone.... it's rebooting. It even still friggin connects to iTunes WTF?!!???! How do I kill this thing?!? It's like the antichrist or something!!!!!

    btw, don't try this at home.
    I've read somewhere that a guy grabbed a Hairdryer in max speed with heat and pointed it to the headphone jack for some time and it got the job done. I think he did that because he got his phone scratched or something...


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    Quote Originally Posted by new299 View Post
    Seriously, this is usually a great idea. I do it all the time when electronics is dieing but I want to make sure it's totally dead so they replace the whole board rather than thinking "it powers on so must be fine".
    So, I've been having problems with the iPhone... I decide to hook 240v up to the dock connector. sparks, power cable partially welds itself to iPhone case. House electrics shorted...

    iPhone however is fine (well as fine as ever).


    Try again... plug in the usb cable, attach mains power cable to usb. Doesn't short straight out, ok good sign I guess. Try a different connection shorts out mains. Look at iPhone.... it's rebooting. It even still friggin connects to iTunes WTF?!!???! How do I kill this thing?!? It's like the antichrist or something!!!!!

    btw, don't try this at home.
    Holy crap, that's insane.

    I guess it's time for you to take a trip to the power plant, you can get a couple hundred thousand volts from there.

 

 
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