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Discuss [1.1.2 (1.1.2 OTB week 50) ][IMEI & ICCID Unknown and Repair Nedeed] at the Hardware Unlock - Hackint0sh.org; It looks like you have the sema problem i had, as i understand line A17 ...
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    It looks like you have the sema problem i had, as i understand line A17 is the one that allows the chip to be flashed or erased, that is why your log stops when trying to write the nor. Mine was badly broken so my friend had to solder a very thin wire to rebuild the line, find somebody that can do that and i'm sure you will bring your bricks back to life. Good luck


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    hello,

    ok the next step is now to find someone who can solder this trace for me cause i don't touch the commboard anymore

    this HW unlock seems to be a never ending story

    there is a pretty little one-click-solution app for windows out now to unlock the 1.1.2/1.1.3 OTB (www.sendowski.de). did 2 iphones with this for friends. each took 3 minutes to unlock. and mine ???? GGGGRRRRRRRR I AM FRUSTRATED

    ok always looking forwards....we can make it !!!

    please post your success (or failure but i dont hope so).

    hopeful

    gstar

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    As a last resort you can buy a new comm board. I bought one and it fixed my iPhone that had the same symptoms. You need to be able to solder the three battery wires on and off though, or get someone to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabotaged View Post
    As a last resort you can buy a new comm board. I bought one and it fixed my iPhone that had the same symptoms. You need to be able to solder the three battery wires on and off though, or get someone to.
    hi,

    yes i know. but i think i am not good in soldering

    but now i was able to check the trace with my webcam that is able to zoom in. there is a photo i another thread. i try to fix it with conductiv silver.

    gstar

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    where to get a new comm board?
    i thinks its the only way to get my phone back to working


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    not in stock!

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    here is another shop but its in england.

    gstar

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    So are all my frustrations because the trace is broken?

    I used a cheap microscope to check mine but It doesn't look like its broken.

    I believe that radio shack sells a trace repair tool.

    Anybody have anyluck fixing there iphones with this issue by repairing the trace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibroken View Post
    So are all my frustrations because the trace is broken?

    I used a cheap microscope to check mine but It doesn't look like its broken.

    I believe that radio shack sells a trace repair tool.

    Anybody have anyluck fixing there iphones with this issue by repairing the trace?
    hi ibroken,

    wow on radioshack.com they sell a circuit writer link.

    if the top of the writer is really fine then it is the best repair tool and its really cheap. in germany you pay around 40 $ for a writer like that. that is why i have ordered the silver lacquer.

    anyway i dont know your detailed symptons. mine are "spamming AT", error 1011when restoring to 1.1.3 (which is a connection error) and i can see it in the restore log file that the baseband cannot be restored. these are all symptoms of a broken trace. and you have seen the picture of my trace. it seems to be really really broken. so this is the last chance before ordering a new commboard....

    gstar


 

 
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