Why does my iPhone charger only have red, green, and white?
So my iPhone charger cable was broken, and i attempted to fix it myself. I opened the case and found the little green platform (don't know what does are called) which has label of W, G, R, and B. I figured those stand for White, Green, Red, and Black. However, when i cut open the wire from the middle, I found only 3 wires. Red, White, and Green. Since I also wanted my charger to be charge only, I searched online and figured that I only need the red and black cabled. BUT I CAN'T FIND THE BLACK CABLE ITSELF! Other than the red, green, and white, I also found 4 bunches of ultra thin wire grouped together. Are those the black cable's inside?
Can anyone tell me how to plug/tape the wires into the green platform so my iPhone would charge?
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Alex, interesting little project. How about you post some images of the circuit board (green platform) and your cable and let us see what you see. Use this guide Adicionar imagens a uma pergunta já existente to add images.
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por Roger McAbee
Please be so so careful - unless you’re a qualified electrician I would NEBRR meddle with wires, and even then I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. Please don’t do this - massively dangerous !