Ipad 2 : FTL:MSG FPART INIT – ios version issue

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Ipad 2 : FTL:MSG FPART INIT – ios version issue

On March 28, 2015, Posted by , In iPhone, With Comments Off on Ipad 2 : FTL:MSG FPART INIT – ios version issue

Hi there … I have got one Ipad 2…. It had wi-fi issue in it…


So i just dissassembled it and disconnected the wifi module and cleaned its connector and reassembled it again to check wheather it worked or not….

But to my surprise ipad didnt powred on it just got stuck on Apple logo and while restore i got Error 4005 and on the ipad screen i got the following Error ….

Quote:

(FTL:MSG) APPLE NAND DRIVER (AND) RW
(FTL:MSG) FIL_INIT OK
(FTL:MSG) BUF_INIT OK
(FTL:MSG) FPART INIT OK
read new style signature 0x43313141 ( line:389 )
(FTL:MSG) VSVFL REGISTER OK
(WMR:MSG) METADATA WHITENING IS SET IN NAND SIGNATURE
(FTL:MSG) VFL INIT OK
(FTL:MSG) VFL_OPEN OK
(FTL:MSG) YAFTL REGISTER OK
(FTL:MSG) FTL_OPEN OK
(NAND) _publishServices:642 FTL capabilities: 0x00000000

Has anybody got any problem like this ?

Or anyone has a possible solution for this issue ?

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  1. tavenger52 says:

    Try reseating headphone/cameras zif, or disconnect headphone cameras etc and try booting, if it boots, the problem is likely in on of the components thats been disconnected. Another issue would be components scraped off logic board near connectors.

  2. tavenger5 says:

    Hi…..

    Thanks for the reply…… I tried reconnecting every thing from front camera to charging strip and every thing possible ….

    I even tried swapping this faulty MOBO to another working IPad but still it had same errors on the screen …… So this proved that all the strips and parts are fine ….. It might be something on the MotherBoard (MOBO)……

    So while inspecting the MotherBoard carefully….. It proved your Second opinion Correct …. There was this resistor missing (R0703) near (J5600) Connector……

    This missing resistor was my mistake, as i used a tweezer to open the connector…

    Now after replacing that resistor from a dead Ipad …… The ipad now works perfect……

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  3. RandikPixie says:

    Hi, i have same problem but miss also R0702, Unfortunately, they also lack the slopes , so I can not resold . Anyone have any ideas ?

  4. killu says:

    you want to make a no pad by jumping either the trace further along or look in the schematics to find where the signals appear and jumper them

  5. Jaydude says:
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    axiom uk >
    you want to make a no pad by jumping either the trace further along or look in the schematics to find where the signals appear and jumper them

    Explain yourself kindly

  6. Phil says:

    you want to get that signal or voltage to the component again. either by a) repairing the trace by joining a wire further down or b) look for another point on the pcb where that power/signal is and running a wire from there

  7. qwerty305 says:
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    axiom uk >
    you want to get that signal or voltage to the component again. either by a) repairing the trace by joining a wire further down or b) look for another point on the pcb where that power/signal is and running a wire from there

    In the case of B) From the two capacitors i see a track printed on the motherboard that goes to the connector J5600 on pins 13 (R0703) and 12 (R0702).

    So just a jumper from pins 13-12 of the connector to the capacitors R0700 R0701? (have the same identical values)

  8. ExpertBuddy says:

    Example:

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