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iPhone NOT increasing charge percentage unless 'Condition'

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Alright, this is quite the advanced 'problem' as I see it.
 
I have built my own iPhone 5S out of numerous broken iPhones and spare parts..
 
The house came with the charging dock.
 
I supplied the Logic Board, Battery, Flex Cable, Volume, Main Camera, and Screen.
 
I now have this issue with charging... (After roughly.. a year's worth of time)
I now have this issue with charging... (After roughly.. a year's worth of time)
 
What happens is, I can plug the iPhone in. It shows it is charging, I can sync with it, I can move files back and forth.. HOWEVER, the battery % does not rise. The battery does not charge.
 
I've disassembled and rebuilt, and the problem persists. I monitor the incoming amperage and it is always negative values.. (-5 to -60, basically, discharging very very slowly in comparison to the usual 240-400 discharge rate)
 
With an absolute stroke of luck, I've found.. simply bumping the bottom of the phone against the ball of my palm or something like a piece of wood would cause the battery to start charging again.
 
So, bumping the phone when it doesn't want to charge fixes my problem..
 
What might be the module that seems to be doing this? My Battery is stuck down, so it's not moving anywhere.
 
I have plugged in a different charging dock and it successfully charged also.. however, I didn't test for a long period of time (I didn't actually install it, was hanging out with it open)
 
Anyone have an idea?

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iPhone 5s

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open

Bewerkt door: Sumona Florence ,

Titel:

iPhone NOT increasing charge percentage unless Condition'Condition'
iPhone NOT increasing charge percentage unless Condition'Condition'

Tekst:

Alright, this is quite the advanced 'problem' as I see it.

I have built my own iPhone 5S out of numerous broken iPhones and spare parts..

The house came with the charging dock.

I supplied the Logic Board, Battery, Flex Cable, Volume, Main Camera, and Screen.

I now have this issue with charging...

What happens is, I can plug the iPhone in. It shows it is charging, I can sync with it, I can move files back and forth.. HOWEVER, the battery % does not rise. The battery does not charge.

I've disassembled and rebuilt, and the problem persists. I monitor the incoming amperage and it is always negative values.. (-5 to -60, basically, discharging very very slowly in comparison to the usual 240-400 discharge rate)

With an absolute stroke of luck, I've found.. simply bumping the bottom of the phone against the ball of my palm or something like a piece of wood would cause the battery to start charging again.

So, bumping the phone when it doesn't want to charge fixes my problem..

What might be the module that seems to be doing this? My Battery is stuck down, so it's not moving anywhere.

I have plugged in a different charging dock and it successfully charged also.. however, I didn't test for a long period of time (I didn't actually install it, was hanging out with it open)

Anyone have an idea?

Apparaat:

iPhone 5s

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Sumona Florence ,

Titel:

iPhone increasing charge percentage unless Condition

Tekst:

Alright, this is quite the advanced 'problem' as I see it.

I have built my own iPhone 5S out of numerous broken iPhones and spare parts..

The house came with the charging dock.

I supplied the Logic Board, Battery, Flex Cable, Volume, Main Camera, and Screen.

I now have this issue with charging...

What happens is, I can plug the iPhone in. It shows it is charging, I can sync with it, I can move files back and forth.. HOWEVER, the battery % does not rise. The battery does not charge.

I've disassembled and rebuilt, and the problem persists. I monitor the incoming amperage and it is always negative values.. (-5 to -60, basically, discharging very very slowly in comparison to the usual 240-400 discharge rate)

With an absolute stroke of luck, I've found.. simply bumping the bottom of the phone against the ball of my palm or something like a piece of wood would cause the battery to start charging again.

So, bumping the phone when it doesn't want to charge fixes my problem..

What might be the module that seems to be doing this? My Battery is stuck down, so it's not moving anywhere.

I have plugged in a different charging dock and it successfully charged also.. however, I didn't test for a long period of time (I didn't actually install it, was hanging out with it open)

Anyone have an idea?

Apparaat:

iPhone 5s

Status:

open