If I transfer my logicboard on an identical iPhone, would I lose data?
I dropped my iPhone 6 in water. I’ve been dying it for a few days. When I try to turn it on the apple logo comes on and off in a loop every 3-5 seconds. It won't go into restore mode or dfu. Someone told me that means the phone is shorting somewhere.
I have currently opened the phone and taken the screen and the logic board out to let them dry. My understanding is that the “phone”, in terms of the pics and data I have stored, is all on that logic board. So here is the question. Assuming that the logic board is not fried, if I was to get an identical iPhone, opened it up, and swapped this logic board in that host phone (along with the original home button), what would happen when I turned that phone on? Would the phone automatically perform a factory reset and erase all my data, or would it turn on like a normal phone with all my pics and data intact?
Just to clarify it again, I am not talking about putting a new logic board in my phone. I am talking about putting my existing logic board in a host phone so I can access my pics and data.
Thank you in advance for any suggestions.
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