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PMIC gets warm when charging

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I have an iPhone 6 that came in with water damage. There was the classic C5202_rf short on VCC_Main, which I removed and the short is gone. The phone will now power on, but is stuck boot looping (white apple, black background) and the PMIC gets warm. It only seems to heat up when I have 5V USB hooked up, if it's just the battery I haven't noticed any heat. Any ideas on where I should look for the short?

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iPhone 6

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open

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415079

Bewerkt door: Travis ,

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CPUPMIC gets warm when charging
CPUPMIC gets warm when charging

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I have an iPhone 6 that came in with water damage. There was the classic C5202_rf short on VCC_Main, which I removed and the short is gone. The phone will now power on, but is stuck boot looping (white apple, black background) and the A8 CPUPMIC gets warm. It only seems to heat up when I have 5V USB hooked up, if it's just the battery I haven't noticed any heat. How would I go about checkingAny ideas on where I should look for the short isshort?
I have an iPhone 6 that came in with water damage. There was the classic C5202_rf short on VCC_Main, which I removed and the short is gone. The phone will now power on, but is stuck boot looping (white apple, black background) and the A8 CPUPMIC gets warm. It only seems to heat up when I have 5V USB hooked up, if it's just the battery I haven't noticed any heat. How would I go about checkingAny ideas on where I should look for the short isshort?

Apparaat:

iPhone 6

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Travis ,

Titel:

CPU gets warm when charging

Tekst:

I have an iPhone 6 that came in with water damage. There was the classic C5202_rf short on VCC_Main, which I removed and the short is gone. The phone will now power on, but is stuck boot looping (white apple, black background) and the A8 CPU gets warm. It only seems to heat up when I have 5V USB hooked up, if it's just the battery I haven't noticed any heat. How would I go about checking where the short is?

Apparaat:

iPhone 6

Status:

open