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Текущая версия: Dian Octaviani ,

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I don't think the fix should be that expensiveexpensive, $225 cost more than the logic board itself. As you've mentioned, you're able to get the iPhone to be on recovery mode after plugging into computer, so it appears to be some sort of recovery mode loop. You might want to try this software called TinyUmberella, you can use it to exit the phone out of its recovery mode.
I don't think the fix should be that expensiveexpensive, $225 cost more than the logic board itself. As you've mentioned, you're able to get the iPhone to be on recovery mode after plugging into computer, so it appears to be some sort of recovery mode loop. You might want to try this software called TinyUmberella, you can use it to exit the phone out of its recovery mode.
 
The program will detect the device straight away after you plug it into your computer, heres the [http://jaxov.com/2010/10/use-tinyumbrella-to-kick-iphone-out-of-recovery-mode/|full instructions + download link]
 
After its out of the recovery mode, you might need to restore the iPhone, you'll lose current data so here's how to recover those data ([http://www.easeus.com/iphone-recovery/how-to-backup-iphone-files-in-recovery-mode.html|Extract data from iPhone through Recovery Mode])
 
Otherwise, if the software doesn't fix it, you might've accidentally pryed/damaged the jumpers off the motherboard/logic board (but I found it quite unlikely that you have digged a "hole" if its still able to turn on, especially since you were only replacing the battery). It seems like a common problem, so you might want to have a look at these threads as well:
 
[https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/156041/iPhone+stuck+in+Recovery+mode+after+Battery+replacement.|iPhone stuck in Recovery Mode after Battery Replacement.]
 
[https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5703115?tstart=0|iPhone 5 stuck in Recovery Mode Loop after Battery Change]
 
[https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/155205/Broke+off+small+jumpers+when+prying+battery+out+of+iPhone.|Broke off Small Jumpers while Prying Battery out of iPhone]

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Отредактировано: Dian Octaviani ,

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I don't think the fix should be that expensive. As you've mentioned, you're able to get the iPhone to be on recovery mode after plugging into computer, so it appears to be some sort of recovery mode loop. You might want to try this software called TinyUmberella, you can use it to exit the phone out of its recovery mode.
 
The program will detect the device straight away after you plug it into your computer, heres the [http://jaxov.com/2010/10/use-tinyumbrella-to-kick-iphone-out-of-recovery-mode/|full instructions + download link]
 
After its out of the recovery mode, you might need to restore the iPhone, you'll lose current data so here's how to recover those data ([http://www.easeus.com/iphone-recovery/how-to-backup-iphone-files-in-recovery-mode.html|Extract data from iPhone through Recovery Mode])
 
Otherwise, if the software doesn't fix it, you might've accidentally pryed/damaged the jumpers off the motherboard/logic board (but I found it quite unlikely,unlikely that you have digged a "hole" if its still able to turn on, especially since you were only replacing the battery). It seems like a common problem, so you might want to have a look at these threads as well:
Otherwise, if the software doesn't fix it, you might've accidentally pryed/damaged the jumpers off the motherboard/logic board (but I found it quite unlikely,unlikely that you have digged a "hole" if its still able to turn on, especially since you were only replacing the battery). It seems like a common problem, so you might want to have a look at these threads as well:
 
[https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/156041/iPhone+stuck+in+Recovery+mode+after+Battery+replacement.|iPhone stuck in Recovery Mode after Battery Replacement.]
 
[https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5703115?tstart=0|iPhone 5 stuck in Recovery Mode Loop after Battery Change]
 
[https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/155205/Broke+off+small+jumpers+when+prying+battery+out+of+iPhone.|Broke off Small Jumpers while Prying Battery out of iPhone]

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Оригинальный сообщение: Dian Octaviani ,

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I don't think the fix should be that expensive. As you've mentioned, you're able to get the iPhone to be on recovery mode after plugging into computer, so it appears to be some sort of recovery mode loop. You might want to try this software called TinyUmberella, you can use it to exit the phone out of its recovery mode.

The program will detect the device straight away after you plug it into your computer, heres the [http://jaxov.com/2010/10/use-tinyumbrella-to-kick-iphone-out-of-recovery-mode/|full instructions + download link]

After its out of the recovery mode, you might need to restore the iPhone, you'll lose current data so here's how to recover those data ([http://www.easeus.com/iphone-recovery/how-to-backup-iphone-files-in-recovery-mode.html|Extract data from iPhone through Recovery Mode])

Otherwise, if the software doesn't fix it, you might've accidentally pryed/damaged the jumpers off the motherboard/logic board (but I found it quite unlikely, since you were only replacing the battery). It seems like a common problem, so you might want to have a look at these threads as well:

[https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/156041/iPhone+stuck+in+Recovery+mode+after+Battery+replacement.|iPhone stuck in Recovery Mode after Battery Replacement.]

[https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5703115?tstart=0|iPhone 5 stuck in Recovery Mode Loop after Battery Change]

[https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/155205/Broke+off+small+jumpers+when+prying+battery+out+of+iPhone.|Broke off Small Jumpers while Prying Battery out of iPhone]

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