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Error 4013 while restoring with iTunes

I have an iPhone 7 Plus 128gb A1784 that after a really bad drop had a destroyed screen, when it was turned on the rear camera unit would overheat, also the portrait mode in the photo app wasn't functioning and the front camera would only show a black screen, but the phone was still working fine, so, having bought a screen and front and back camera, I tried to replace them, but trying to boot the iPhone I would only get a bootloop, then I tried restoring, and iTunes gave me error 4013, as I said earlier, I doubt that could be the motherboard because the phone, before the replacing of the screen and front and back camera was still working so I really don’t know what could be the issue.

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Try restoring without front and rear camera plugged in maybe?

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I have tried that, but same result :(

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Sometimes a force restart fixes things like that for me: Press and hold both the Side and Volume Down buttons for at least 10 seconds, until you see the Apple logo.

Also, make sure you’re using an original Apple cable. I’ve had some strange iTunes and Photos syncing problems when using third party cables.

If it still doesn’t work, I would probably try putting the original screen back on to see if it at least boots with that one (assuming the LCD can still show an image), or try another screen, ideally an OEM display.

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I've already tried to mount the original screen and still the same result, the only thing I didn't try to do is to put the original front camera flex, because the OEM was completely destroyed, I use an amazon basics cable that works fine with my iPhone 6s Plus, my 6s and my iPad Air, I've also tried to restore without front camera attached and same result, but I will try to use an original cable when I have the opportunity

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FWIW I had problems with Amazon Basics and ANKER (just to name a few reputable brands) cables with certain tasks that otherwise worked fine. I would still give an OEM cable a shot, and maybe try another USB port or computer if possible.

Otherwise, it's sounding like it's most likely board damage at this point. Maybe broken traces from long screw damage, if you accidentally switched a screw around in reassembly? Damage like that would require microsoldering to fix.

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Yeah, definitely will try to use an OEM cable, I've already tried another computer and USB port, if that doesn't work I guess I broke the logic board, thank you for the help

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