Iphone 5s error 1 Help Needed

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by jay-zee-s, Feb 13, 2015.

  1. jay-zee-s macrumors newbie

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    hi there
    well actually im gonna buy this iphone with this error :)
    the iphone got wet(as the owner said) and not booting up
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    this screen pops up when attaching to pc and itunes returns the error 1 when upgarding
    its around 150usd(full pack/is it fair?) the phone has got wet and its case disassembled by mobile servicer(repairman or anything else idonnt know)
    ive upgraded an ipad before and im not acually noob:D so what to do?is it repairable?
    guys plz help me here
     
  2. Bomb Bloke macrumors regular

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    Will the phone power on at all if not plugged in? If not, it's likely a brick - spare parts - and I wouldn't pay more than ~$80 (bearing in mind that I'm in a position where "spare parts" are useful). Switching the battery with one that you know to be charged would be a simple way to be sure.
     
  3. jay-zee-s thread starter macrumors newbie

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    all right :( im gonna ask him your question .
    iphone is not available on contract in my country and is more expensive :mad:
     
  4. jay-zee-s, Feb 13, 2015
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2015

    jay-zee-s thread starter macrumors newbie

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    yeap .the seller says the screen above(connect to itunes) pops up when plugging in the charger.any ideas?
    Edit: i didnt pay attention about what did you said,ill answer you as soon as possible
     
  5. lanuser macrumors newbie

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    Error 1 is hardware problem 100%.
    I wish you good luck trying to restore or repair this device.
    As of right now i have figure it out how to fix Error 1 problem but for rest of you guys with you engineering skills and learn how to read schematic.
    Just in case give you heads up: DO NOT TOUCH shield over Baseband IC and/or don't think removing or re-balling Daseband IC.
    Hint: It is Baseband circuit issue.
     

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