Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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iPhone 6p board damage when cleaning u1401

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this is pins under u1401... this scar is little deeper

i have photos attached . I need to know how can i get back those pins that damaged

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looks like you need to run jumpers, if possible

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how ... an example?

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have you got zxw

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Yes i have pabs pcb viewer. I can see pair or net for those pins but what can be done?

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Yes i understand its very hard but i will try with wire and uv mask

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The picture is not very clear and it's a little difficult to get the orientation right so I'll give you a more generalized answer. Perhaps is your digital microscope allows you to export pictures, then you can post it here.

When pads get ripped, you essentially have to run a jumper from where it should connect directly to underneath the IC in question. You have to use very thin wire as you can't create a situation where it raises the IC causing other pads to not connect properly. Several vendors sell 0.02mm enamelled wire. You will need to use UV-Curable mask to hold the jumpers in place.

Here's are a few examples:

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So use the schematic and Pads viewer to figure what connects where and run the jumpers.

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Yes i understand its very hard but i will try with wire and uv mask

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same happened to 5s nand pins

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