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Austin Harris, take a look at your'''your logic boardboard''' and give us the number of your memory chip. Check [guide|3130|this guide|page=3] this guide step 17 for the location of your NAND IC on the iPhone 4, and [guide|6610|this one|page=2] step 13 for the iPhone 4S. Also, the iPhone 4 that ifixit used is a 32GB, and bears the marking K9PFG0805M LCBO and for the 4S 16GB it's a Toshiba THGVX1G7D2GLA08. So, you are at least 1/3 done with that identification. If your IC's carry a different marking, you could cross reference those numbers to see what size they are. Hope this helps, good luck.
Austin Harris, take a look at your'''your logic boardboard''' and give us the number of your memory chip. Check [guide|3130|this guide|page=3] this guide step 17 for the location of your NAND IC on the iPhone 4, and [guide|6610|this one|page=2] step 13 for the iPhone 4S. Also, the iPhone 4 that ifixit used is a 32GB, and bears the marking K9PFG0805M LCBO and for the 4S 16GB it's a Toshiba THGVX1G7D2GLA08. So, you are at least 1/3 done with that identification. If your IC's carry a different marking, you could cross reference those numbers to see what size they are. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Austin Harris, take a look at your logic board and give us the number of your memory chip. Check [guide|3130|this guide|page=3] this guide step 17 for the location of your NAND IC on the iPhone 4, and [guide|6610|this one|page=2] step 13 for the iPhone 4S. You should thenAlso, the iPhone 4 that ifixit used is a 32GB, and bears the marking K9PFG0805M LCBO and for the 4S 16GB it's a Toshiba THGVX1G7D2GLA08. So, you are at least 1/3 done with that identification. If your IC's carry a different marking, you could cross reference those numbers to see what size they are. Hope this helps, good luck.
Austin Harris, take a look at your logic board and give us the number of your memory chip. Check [guide|3130|this guide|page=3] this guide step 17 for the location of your NAND IC on the iPhone 4, and [guide|6610|this one|page=2] step 13 for the iPhone 4S. You should thenAlso, the iPhone 4 that ifixit used is a 32GB, and bears the marking K9PFG0805M LCBO and for the 4S 16GB it's a Toshiba THGVX1G7D2GLA08. So, you are at least 1/3 done with that identification. If your IC's carry a different marking, you could cross reference those numbers to see what size they are. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Austin Harris, take a look at your logic board and give us the number of your memory chip. Check [guide|3130|this guide|page=3] this guide  step 17 for the location of your NAND IC on the iPhone 4, and [guide|6610|this one|page=2] step 13 for the iPhone 4S. You should then cross reference those numbers to see what size they are. Hope this helps, good luck.

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