Hardware issue or what?

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by edofalcone, Nov 22, 2015.

  1. edofalcone macrumors newbie

    edofalcone

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    Hello, I have problem,
    I own two iPhone 4S:
    1- Battery's dead, I tried with a functioning charging circute but nothing! Instead it has a working logic board.[/B][/I].
    2- Logic Board's gone but everything else still works!.

    So I decided to create a new iPhone with the two I have.
    Obviously panels, frame and components from terminal 2 and logic board from terminal 1.
    First check ok, iPhone Frankenstein 4S go through boot and the system started properly. I needed to initialize it to give it to my gf, once I did this from the iPhone here I had "Hello, Hi, Ciao" etc.., but when I inserted the wifi PSW to set the phone, it just couldn't go through it giving an error.
    I decided to go DFU and work from my MB. Here come the troubles.
    iTunes try to initialize the iPhone, but at 70% appears 2001 error.
    From that moment the iPhone is on boot loop, and if I try to DFU and initialize from iTunes it returns 3014 or 2001 error.

    Is it possible that batteries, althought they come from same devices are different?
    Infact APN codes are:
    Device 1 (dead one but sister with working logic board) = APN 616-0582
    Device 2 (working one) = APN 616-0580.
    One more thing: the iPhone works only under usb current, if I take it off the iPhone just turns off instantly.

    Will a new battery with the same APN number with the dead battery (which I say again, was the one sister with the working logic board) solve my problem??
    Thx
     

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