Hi Josh / All,
I have one with the same error. I can get it to turn on and get it into DFU mode - but it doesnt appear to 'ping' the PC?
by that I mean generally speaking you hear the iPhone connect to the computer and start processing the recovery drivers - this one doesn't.
I've switched everything possible. basically put the logic board into different handsets with different batteries/dock connectors etc - had no luck at all.
I've just finished the process of cleaning the PCB with PCB & Flux cleaner - again no luck.
The previous guy I think had tried to replace the back cover and ended up using superglue. I know this as there was some on the board. After cleaning etc I thought that might do the trick - bold textJosh if you havent tried that I would recommend doing it!!
I had one previously that seemed to navigate the menu's by itself - 1 night resting after a spray with the PCB spray fixed it.
shame this one wont :(
please help someone!! I wish I knew someone with a MAC I could try it with - they work better with them dont they?