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Hi guys, [br]
 
 
Today I had an iPhone 6 with the similar issues, as battery replaced then after around 5-6 days the phone started to rebooting itself. Fact, the customer kept dropping as several damages were on all corners. Tried the usual stuff, new battery, minimum config, etc.[br]
 
 
After disconnect and reconnect the battery sometimes its booting up but the problem starts again soon. During a restore, gets iTunes 9 error but without the screen I was able to restore it successfully. The rebooting issue still happened. My previous experiences shows (or i just got a feeling) the NAND chip has some “broken legs” [br]
 
 
To replace the NAND on this old, worthy device just no way, not worth for me :)[br]
 
 
So I applied 150 Celsius on the NAND for about 3-5 minutes than increased the temperature very slowly to 210 Celsius for 15-20 sec, than slowly increase to 300 degree and kept like that for 15-20 seconds and let it cool back.[br]
 
 
The phone works fine now, for 20 hours without a reboot. I know its temporary repair but I will see how long it will live :D[br]
 
 
and update this post as soon the problem come back…back…[br]
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update: came back after 4 days… (did not tried higher degree)
and update this post as soon the problem come back…back…[br]
[br]
update: came back after 4 days… (did not tried higher degree)

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Editado por: Sultan ,

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Hi guys, [br]
 
Today
Today
I had an iPhone 6 with the similar issues, as battery replaced then after around 5-6 days the phone started to rebooting itself. Fact, the customer kept dropping as several damages were on all corners.[br]corners. Tried the usual stuff, new battery, minimum config, etc.[br]
Today
Today
I had an iPhone 6 with the similar issues, as battery replaced then after around 5-6 days the phone started to rebooting itself. Fact, the customer kept dropping as several damages were on all corners.[br]corners. Tried the usual stuff, new battery, minimum config, etc.[br]
 
After disconnect and reconnect the battery sometimes its booting up but the problem starts again soon. During a restore, gets iTunes 9 error but without the screen I was able to restore it successfully. The rebooting issue still happened. My previous experiences shows (or i just got a feeling) the NAND chip has some “broken legs” [br]
 
 
To replace the NAND on this old, worthy device just no way, not worth for me :)[br]
 
 
So I applied 150 Celsius on the NAND for about 3-5 minutes than increased the temperature very slowly to 210 Celsius for 15-20 sec, than slowly increase to 300 degree and kept like that for 15-20 seconds and let it cool back.[br]
 
 
The phone works fine now, for 20 hours without a reboot. I know its temporary repair but I will see how long it will live :D[br]
 
 
and update this post as soon the problem come back…

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Postagem original de: Sultan ,

Texto:

Hi guys, [br]

Today  I had an iPhone 6 with the similar issues, as battery replaced then after around 5-6 days the phone started to rebooting itself. Fact, the customer kept dropping as several damages were on all corners.[br]

After disconnect and reconnect the battery sometimes its booting up but the problem starts again soon. During a restore, gets iTunes 9 error but without the screen I was able to restore it successfully. The rebooting issue still happened. My previous experiences shows (or i just got a feeling) the NAND chip has some “broken legs”  [br]

To replace the NAND on this old, worthy device just no way, not worth for me :)[br]

So I applied 150 Celsius on the NAND for about 3-5 minutes than increased the temperature very slowly to 210 Celsius for 15-20 sec, than slowly increase to 300 degree and kept like that for 15-20 seconds and let it cool back.[br]

The phone works fine now,  for 20 hours without a reboot. I know its temporary repair but I will see how long it will live :D[br]

and update this post as soon the problem come back…

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open