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    Default [Solution] Unbrick iPhone with power-on problem (only power-on with AC)

    Solder one wire, that's all.
    It will let the battery to bypass the power protection circuit.

    Try with a pair of needle 1st!!! Take your own risk and don't blame me if you get further damage your bricked iPhone.

    Give me a beer for non-stop researching on this topic and report if you got success
    Last edited by garyz88; 09-13-2007 at 05:47 AM.



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    Oh,cool!
    Should i using needle to keep connecting, then connect to pc and power-on manualy?

    THank you.

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    After touching with needles, ip displays a red battery and says "charging ... pleast wait",
    what should i do now ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanant View Post
    After touching with needles, ip displays a red battery and says "charging ... pleast wait",
    what should i do now ?
    I think... you are running out of battery... try to plug the AC power in, and it will charge up you battery.

    See, your iPhone is self powered-on with battery.

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    Thanks garyz88...Wonderful job.

    I just wondering if the soldering is needed all the time? i mean, soldering then leave cable on there.

    What did you do ? Could you give some more details.


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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanant View Post
    Thanks garyz88...Wonderful job.

    I just wondering if the soldering is needed all the time? i mean, soldering then leave cable on there.

    What did you do ? Could you give some more details.
    Of coz, you have to solder it permanently!! As the iPhone battery protection circuit was broken... no way to recover unless to replace a "WORKABLE" comm board.

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    Ok. i c.

    How is you iphone now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanant View Post
    Ok. i c.

    How is you iphone now?
    ..........e..............Bay

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    cool ! good work man


 

 
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