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Old 11-03-2010, 13:38   #1 (permalink)
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iphone 4 battery connector

i have un iphone with damaged connector

please can you check if pins of connector (blue arrow) are connected with gold points (red arrow) ? and where connect others 2 pins?



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Old 11-04-2010, 08:30   #2 (permalink)
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Old 11-04-2010, 09:36   #3 (permalink)
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bro you know also alternative point for green and blue?
thank so much
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bro you know also alternative point for green and blue?
thank so much
sorry no. I check pcb but not found.
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i have un iphone with damaged connector

please can you check if pins of connector (blue arrow) are connected with gold points (red arrow) ? and where connect others 2 pins?



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sure as you seeing the in front of ground point nothing and B+ point have a dot on it's track you can also connect center two points with these golden dots.

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sure as you seeing the in front of ground point nothing and B+ point have a dot on it's track you can also connect center two points with these golden dots.

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sorry i dont understand...can do a schematic?
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ı facing same problem. ı need battery connector diagram
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Middle pins are connected in two different points of logic board, it's very hard to wiring these..
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i have un iphone with damaged connector

please can you check if pins of connector (blue arrow) are connected with gold points (red arrow) ? and where connect others 2 pins?



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iphone 4 battery connector ways........
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Solution Battery connector

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Middle pins are connected in two different points of logic board, it's very hard to wiring these..
Really the 2 center points it's very hard to found spend an hour for me to found and its very importand .Make the jumper from connector to these points not from test points to FL5 and FL7 and becarefull the point of ground at 2 capacitors close to them.At photo to ignore better the point i have marked at the other (not the correct) side of FL5-FL7 but doesn't matter if you connect there only by bypass these 2 parts but if you can cut the metal and sold at correct points.

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P.S. if you have missing the Negative Temp Control signal (Green mark point) the phone restarts after 3-5 min and don't charge correctly but very very slowly (2hours for 10%)
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That'S it, I've been looking for an alternative spot for the yellow pin and now i have it. Great. It's easier to connect to than it looks. Cut away the cage around the corner and then you'll see a tiny eyelet hole that goes through the board. feed a little wire through the hole and it holds the wire in place so you can just use a pin head worth of liquid wire glue to connect, nice and neat
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To clarify. you are connecting to the first and last of the bank of capacitors from the above photo.
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OK, I can confirm this works, It's a fiddly job and you need a stereo microscope to perform the connections.But it works! 100%. battery now charging fully again.
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Hi there! i have the same problem! already done the soldering of the blue and green dots, the red and yellow dot are ok in my board! But the phone restarts in every 3 min and is not charging! That means that i have to connect in another way? what do i use??? the image from the board or the brown schematic??? please help! Thanks
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