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So I bought a iPhone 4 Verizon off Craigslist to test screens with. I was using the lcd/digitizer extension flex to help with testing screens with and I tested two...
07-23-2013, 01:19 PM #1iPhone 4 CDMA - Won't power on after testing screens?
So I bought a iPhone 4 Verizon off Craigslist to test screens with. I was using the lcd/digitizer extension flex to help with testing screens with and I tested two screens and noticed it was very difficult to seat the lcd cable of the screens onto the extension flex. Anyhow, I started to test the 3rd screen and it finally went into the socket and it didn't work. I've never got a bad lcd from my distributor. Anyhow, I tested the 4th screen and it did the same thing. So i took the extension flex off and plugged in the original lcd/digitizer that was attatched to the phone and it still didn't work. It worked previously. I tried reseating every flex, new battery, and even restoring the iphone through itunes. It gives me a 1600 error, even with iREB.
Any ideas on what went wrong :S?
07-25-2013, 05:35 PM #2
Still no luck. I'm getting 1602 error code now. Ive tried
-Swapping logic board with another CDMA phone
-Different cable, different computer, different host files, newest firmware 6.1.3
I just have a hard time believe it went dead after testing screens. I'm going to try a program called Tiny Umbrella that someone recommended.
edit: No luck with Tiny Umbrella. The screen flashed for a second, but other than that, same error. Now trying older firmware - 6.00
7/25/2013 19:31:16.060 You are using the current version of TinyUmbrella.
07/25/2013 19:31:18.384 Attempting to fix recovery...
07/25/2013 19:31:25.489 Starting fix recovery sequence...
07/25/2013 19:31:25.505 DFU Device disconnected
07/25/2013 19:31:25.521 DFU Device connected
07/25/2013 19:31:25.521 Fix Recovery has finished. Allow device to reboot!
07/25/2013 19:31:26.737 DFU Device disconnected
07/25/2013 19:31:28.571 Recovery Device connected:
07/25/2013 19:31:37.162 Recovery Device disconnected: null
LCD on screen came on, the dissolved away.
Last edited by btr290; 07-25-2013 at 06:37 PM.
08-07-2013, 04:27 PM #3
I couldnt even began to tell you what is wrong, was just gonna chime in and say ive had a few random CDMA 4's that decide to bite the dust after screen swaps and have no idea what causes this.Iphone 4 GSM Midframes for sale, RED, BLUE,GOLD,BLACK. CHEAP!