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iphone 5 very hot wifi ic, drain battery fast – bundle of problems ! old iphone set something wrong with

On January 23, 2015, Posted by , In iPhone, With Comments Off on iphone 5 very hot wifi ic, drain battery fast – bundle of problems ! old iphone set something wrong with

Hi
I have an iphone 5 that make a fake charging or a quick drain idont know/ if i try to charge it when its full decharged it will do a bootloop.
After inspecting the mother board i find the antena switch totaly burned and the wifi ic very hot ,
After removing the antena switch and test , the wifi ic is steel very hot


So i have to replace the wifi ic or to jump U2 for charging problem

Thank you for any to be helped

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  1. julianz says:

    Change U2… 100% work

  2. Wela says:

    a defect U2 can make the wifi ic very hot?

  3. julianz says:

    Finaly i removed the wifi ic and now the phone charge Along without problem . have to find an other wifi ic

  4. ExpertBuddy says:

    Hi again , after replacing the defective wifi ic by a new one , the wifi is still grayed , do i have to restore the phone? Because i dont want to go to ios 8

  5. TechGuru says:

    Maybe you have heated too much the new module and killed..

    how much temperature you used ?

  6. newComer says:

    I used 220°C for the new one

  7. Wela says:

    trayed to restore and now i have error 1669

  8. ExpertBuddy says:

    Hi again so error 1669 normaly is a u601 and u501 problem but this make no sense because before restoring i haved a baseband working and network working , and as i know you can restore any iphone Along with defective wifi , so any one can to be helped me

  9. newComer says:

    trayed Along with itune 11.0.5 and now getting error -1

  10. TechWorld says:

    finaly there is a shortcut but i dont know were , so any one know wat is the capacitor that was directly linked to the baseband?

  11. ExpertBuddy says:

    baseband ic damaged
    change baseband ic then update

  12. Wela says:

    not easy , but i will try it