Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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If phone has no signal can replacing the charging port fix it?

Phone does not get signal at all, I am assuming it's the antenna (no issue with SIM card) will replacing the charging port solve that issue?

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Firstly does the phone still display an IMEI number and modem firmware in settings > general > about phone?

If not, the baseband chip needs to be diagnosed on the logic board. It's a micro soldering job to fix it (replacing it isn't an option as that will end in disaster).

Is this a phone where you bought it off the internet, it worked from a few weeks to a month and it stopped working? If yes, check general > about phone > first text field under phone name I think and it should be tappable, it may say phone not allowed meaning the IMEI number of the phone has been blocked (happens on phones where they have been reported stolen or the owner did not finish paying off the contract for the phone).

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It does show an IMEI. I also checked the phone name and it let me change the name if I wanted to.


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