Ga door naar hoofdinhoud

Origineel bericht door: jessabethany ,


So your iPhone 5s won't charge.

The tool that you need to determine what kind of problem you have is a usb ammeter.   When you connect the phone to a charger with a usb ammeter in line, you can see the charging current that the device consumes.  If normal--then you have a charge reporting problem, either bad battery or a missing filter in the gas gauge line on the board.   If abnormal--you have an actual charging problem which can either be parts or motherboard.  Rule out parts by replacing the battery and overlaying a known good charge port to see if the motherboard can charge.  If that doesn't solve, you have a motherboard level charging problem where the usb handshake chip "tristar" is bad from use of a non-Apple, non-certified charger.  Send out to microsolderer for board repair.