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Current version by: Chuck H ,

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Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
[image|218883]There are 3 small battery terminals (shown below). You only want to touch the one to the far right (circled below). Avoid touching the other 2 terminals!!
[image|218883]There are 3 small battery terminals (shown below). You only want to touch the one to the far right (circled below). Avoid touching the other 2 terminals!!
 
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Edit by: Chuck H ,

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Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
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[image|218880image|218883]
 
 
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[image|218881]
 


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[image|218882|align=left]


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[image|218882|align=left]

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Edit by: Chuck H ,

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Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
[image|218880]
 
Circled here is the battery terminal you want to ground. The metal part shown is what you want to ground it against.
[image|218877|align=left]
 
 
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Take a small screwdriver & touch the battery terminal & metal housing at the same time to ground it (MAKE SURE THE IDEVISE IS UNPLUGGED DURING THIS PROCESS).
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Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).
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Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).
[image|218879|align=left
[image|218882]

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Edit by: Chuck H ,

Text:

Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
[image|218877|align=left]
 
Circled here is the battery terminal you want to ground. The metal part shown is what you want to ground it against.
[image|218877|align=left]
 
 
 
Take a small screwdriver & touch the battery terminal & metal housing at the same time to ground it (MAKE SURE THE IDEVISE IS UNPLUGGED DURING THIS PROCESS).
[image|218878|align=left]
 
Take a small screwdriver & touch the battery terminal & metal housing at the same time to ground it (MAKE SURE THE IDEVISE IS UNPLUGGED DURING THIS PROCESS).
 
 
 
 
Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).
[image|218879|align=left]
 
Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).

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Edit by: Chuck H ,

Text:

Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
[image|218877|align=left]
 
Circled here is the battery terminal you want to ground. The metal part shown is what you want to ground it against.
 
 
 
[image|218878|align=left]
 
Take a small screwdriver & touch the battery terminal & metal housing at the same time to ground it (MAKE SURE THE IDEVISE IS UNPLUGGED DURING THIS PROCESS).
 
 
 
 
[image|218879|align=left]
 
Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).

Status:

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Edit by: Chuck H ,

Text:

Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
[image|218877image|218877|align=left]
[image|218877image|218877|align=left]
 
Circled here is the battery terminal you want to ground. The metal part shown is what you want to ground it against.
 
[image|218878]
 
Take a small screwdriver & touch the battery terminal & metal housing at the same time to ground it (MAKE SURE THE IDEVISE IS UNPLUGGED DURING THIS PROCESS).
 
[image|218879]
 
Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).

Status:

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Edit by: Chuck H ,

Text:

Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
[image|218871image|218877]
[image|218871image|218877]
 
Circled here is the battery terminal you want to ground. The metal part shown is what you want to ground it against.
 
[image|218878]
 
[image|218872]Take a small screwdriver & touch the battery terminal & metal housing at the same time to ground it (MAKE SURE THE IDEVISE IS UNPLUGGED DURING THIS PROCESS).
[image|218872]Take a small screwdriver & touch the battery terminal & metal housing at the same time to ground it (MAKE SURE THE IDEVISE IS UNPLUGGED DURING THIS PROCESS).
 
[image|218879]
 

[image|218873]
Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).

[image|218873]
Now plug in the power supply & you see the Apple boot logo. (NOTE: Make sure BOTH of the screen LCD connectors are plugged in the back of the iDevice).

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Edit by: Chuck H ,

Text:

Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully. Good Luck!!
 
[image|218871]
 
 
 
[image|218872]
 
 
 
[image|218873]

Status:

open

Original post by: Chuck H ,

Text:

Here's a tutorial with pics that everyone has been requesting. I've used this method over a dozen times successfully.  Good Luck!!

Status:

open