You nailed it! I unsold and removed the chip. Now the iPhone start and work smoothly. It just doesn't have its WiFi and Bluetooth functionality anymore.
Question: is it possible to get a new chip and resold it… for the experience and knowledge I mean! Or should I get a new motherboard!
Did carefully all steps. Resoldering was made with a heat gun set on 250°C with an aluminum home-made nozzle.
Even all this, after it was mounted back, iPhone didn't start anymore. No image, no sound when plug. iTunes doesn't see it either and it doesn't appears in the USB tab in System Profiler. Tried to hard reset, but nothing. The only thing is the iPhone is getting hot.
A detail too: when I reassemble the iPhone, the antenna clips plug near the WiFi chips was unsolder - as for many user, I just put it back in place and it hold pressed by the little black metallic piece.
Do you have some recommendation to troubleshoot this?
Однажды Они, Вы смогут просмотреть график вашего рейтинга, накопленного за всё время.
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