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Sorti le 19 septembre 2014, cet iPhone avec un écran de 4,7 pouces est une version plus petite de l'iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiables par les numéros de modèle A1549, A1586, et A1589.

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data recovery after battery fire

Hi, I had an iPhone 6 that stopped working the other day. I plugged it in at night before I went to sleep as I normally due though I was at a hotel and the electricity was 220v. When I woke up in the morning it was off and wouldn't turn on or charge. I tried different button combinations and plugging it into different chargers and computers but nothing would get it to come on or start charging. Once I got home from vacation I decided to mess with it to see if I could get it to come on. I have some limited experience with previous iPhone versions changing lcd 's and batteries... In hopes that it may be the battery my plan was to remove the battery and try attaching a battery from another brand new iPhone 6 that I have. When I was trying to pry the battery up I punctured it and some how it caught fire and burnt to an ash pretty much.. Basically what I want to know is if there is someway I can recover the photos that are stored on the flash memory? They hadn't uploaded to the cloud so they only exist on the physical storage in the somewhat roasted iPhone. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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"I punctured it and some how it caught fire and burnt to an ash" any other parts that burned, or just the battery? Tried a new battery? Post some images with your question so we might help to evaluate the damage.


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To recover data from dead iPhones that you are sure that there is no iCloud or iTunes backup, you need to repair the logic board to the point that:

1: The phone can boot from ORIGINAL CPU AND flash memory

2: You can type the passcode from the touchscreen

3: USB or internet connection works so you can upload the data to somewhere

The core part is the CPU and flash memory. Dead flash means no data of course, dead CPU means you can not decrypt ANYTHING in the flash, it is LITERALLY impossible without the original CPU.

If you are sure the CPU and the flash memory is intact, transplant them on another working unit, it will cost you 2 iPhones but the data is salvageable.

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Ok. If you backed up your photos on iCloud or iTunes, it is esay for you to retrieve them, just log in your iCloud account and restore your photos. However, if you didn't backup any files on your iTunes or iCloud, I don't think you can get them back, unless you use some professional iOS data recovery software. Download one like iMyfone Data Recovery for iPhone for a free scan. Your photos or other important data can been retrieved easily. Have a shot. Good luck!

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john stroud sera éternellement reconnaissant.
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