Réponse à : « iPhone 6s backlight not working »The backlight on my iPhone 6s is not lighting up
Réponse à : « error 9 while restoring/updating »If you continue to see an error during the update: Check for updates to your Mac or PC. If you restart your computer for an update, check for updates again after you restart. Try to restore your device using another USB cable. Try to restore your device on another computer.
Réponse à : « after reset not connecting to server »Follow these steps Check the list on the System Status page. If the box by iOS Device Activation isn't green, try to activate your iPhone later. If asked to enter your password as you activate your iPhone, enter the password. (A password prompt means that Activation Lock might be enabled in Find My iPhone.) Restart your iPhone. If you're using a cellular data connection, connect to a reliable Wi-Fi network instead. If you still can't activate, here's how to activate your iPhone through iTunes instead: Make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes. Check that your computer has an Internet connection. Open iTunes on your computer. With the cable that came with your iPhone, connect your iPhone to your computer. Wait while iTunes detects and activates your iPhone: If iTunes shows, "Set up as New" or "Restore from Backup," it means that iTunes activated your iPhone. If an error in iTunes says that the SIM card isn't compatible, contact your carrier. cc appel
Réponse à : « iPhone lcd circuit theory »The iPhone 6S has a very sensitive backlight circuit. It doesn't take much more than a misaligned connector while the battery is connected to blow the backlight filter (ferrite bead). If a phone was water damaged, all it takes is a tiny amount to short the adjacent contacts on the LCD connector (PP_LCM_BL_ANODE_CONN & GND) to cause the same effect. You might not even see any after effects of the water other than the red LDI. The Touch IC on the iPhone 6S, now embedded on the screen assembly, replaces the CUMULUS & MESON IC's from the iPhone 6/6P and include the added Force Touch functionality.They wouldn't normally have anything to do with a screen not producing an image. As for the LCM_Panic line, it appears to be the same thing as the PMU_TO_PHOTON_ALIVE line from the iPhone 6. They both originate from the PMU and are part of the Display Control Signals going to the screen.
Réponse à : « My phone is in recovery mode and I cant restore nor upgrade my device »Typically if your iPhone is stuck in recovery mode, this automatically means you have to kiss goodbye your current iPhone data and settings. The general method of recovery for an iPhone stuck in recovery mode is an iTunes restore – great if you have recently performed an iTunes backup, tragic if you have not. If your last iTunes backup was a while ago, you risk losing any data added to your device since your last iTunes backup. However, there is now a software that claims to get your iPhone out of recovery mode, without causing data loss (this method has also been known to work on a pesky iPad or iPod Touch stuck in recovery mode). Just follow the steps below to kick your device out of recovery mode.
Réponse à : « Loud static noise from bottom microphone when recording or calling »The sure-fire way to determine whether a hardware or software problem is causing your iPhone to make static noises is to restore your iPhone. If you go to an Apple Store, a tech will always try to fix the software before repairing or replacing your iPhone. An iPhone Restore erases and reloads all the software on your iPhone, so the software is as new as when it came out of the box. To restore your iPhone, you’ll need to connect it to a computer with iTunes. Make sure you back up your iPhone before you begin, because the restore process erases everything on your iPhone, including your personal data. You can restore your data from a backup when you set it up again. There are three types of restores, and I recommend doing a DFU restore to attempt to solve this issue. It’s the deepest type of restore, and if this is a problem that can be solved, a DFU restore will solve it. After your iPhone finishes restoring, it’s easy to tell whether the problem has been solved, especially if the static noises were coming...
Réponse à : « Why did my iPod lock up for no reason after I just turned it off? »try restore the ios 1st
Réponse à : « iPhone 7 copy screen not working with ios 11 »iPhone 7 copy screen not working with ios 11 yes why???? cuz 3rd party replacement screen need to used original screen if there same problerm again then ios 11 is on not stabel
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Réponse à : « My iPhone 7 keeps showing the start-up apple logo on loop? »hi Follow my steps to fix it Download iTunes on Mac or Windows -> Connect your iPhone to the computer -> hold Volume Down and Power/Lock button and leave the Volume button after 10 seconds but keep holding the power/lock button-> a message will appear on iTunes telling it needs to be updated or restored -> Tap update -> it will then download an update file -> tap restore -> iTunes will automatically restore and fix your iPhone -> If that doesn't happen I prefer contacting Apple Support. if not you try this way https://www.facebook.com/notes/ubrakeifi...-solution-malaysia/how-to-put-your-iphone-or-ipad-into-dfu-mode/1483946101697631/ take note if itsstill same might be your battry damage if your phone on warranty just send for warranty eazy
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