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Version actuelle par : Christopher Castillo ,

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changed the upper antenna connector. lower antenna/dock/headphone 3 times. each time i replaced the lower, the network worked for a day or less. a darn shame. iphone 6 was too good to be true.
=== Update (01/25/2017) ===
-darn it. this is possibly temporary but this worked. for now at least. and dont blame me if something else happens. i took the risk as well. anyhow.
+darn it. this is possibly temporary but this worked. for now at least. and dont blame me if something else happens. i took the risk as well. anyhow.
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shut down phone.
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remove sim card.
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place phone in protective case.
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drop on a sturdy hard table onto its backside from 12 inches high.
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re-insert sim card.
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Boot up your phone and see that glorious LTE.
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its going to be awesome to wake up to "searching" "no service".
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+this is clearly a design flaw with the IC Chip that connects the antenna/networking system.

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Modifié par : Christopher Castillo ,

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changed the upper antenna connector. lower antenna/dock/headphone 3 times. each time i replaced the lower, the network worked for a day or less. a darn shame. iphone 6 was too good to be true.

=== Update (01/25/2017) ===

darn it. this is possibly temporary but this worked. for now at least. and dont blame me if something else happens. i took the risk as well. anyhow. 
shut down phone.
remove sim card.
place phone in protective case.
drop on a sturdy hard table onto its backside from 12 inches high.
re-insert sim card.
Boot up your phone and see that glorious LTE.
its going to be awesome to wake up to "searching" "no service". 

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Modifié par : Christopher Castillo ,

Texte:

changed the upper antenna connector. lower antenna/dock/headphone 3 times. each time i replaced the lower, the network worked for a day or less. a darn shame. iphone 6 was too good to be true.
+
+=== Update (01/25/2017) ===
+
+darn it. this is possibly temporary but this worked. for now at least. and dont blame me if something else happens. i took the risk as well. anyhow.
+shut down phone.
+remove sim card.
+place phone in protective case.
+drop on a sturdy hard table onto its backside from 12 inches high.
+re-insert sim card.
+Boot up your phone and see that glorious LTE.
+its going to be awesome to wake up to "searching" "no service".

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Contribution d'origine par : Christopher Castillo ,

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changed the upper antenna connector. lower antenna/dock/headphone 3 times. each time i replaced the lower, the network worked for a day or less. a darn shame. iphone 6 was too good to be true.

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