Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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Not charging, No iBoot, Yes DFU,

Hi, please help me, this is the situation:

iphone 6 - 64

- changed battery (no original)

- changed dock connector (no original)

when plugged AC

- boot in loop, show apple, then dark, then apple....

- if i press home button then show cable image for recovery but if

unplug cable screen became black

when plugged USB PC

- nothing happens

- if force DFU, it can enter, itunes ricognize it but stucks on "waiting iphone..."

and nothing happens

- Itunes errors is randomly 4005 often and 2005

What i have to do?

Please help me :(

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What was wrong with it originally?

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Same problem

Changed battery and dock

But problem remains

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A bootlooping device can be caused by many things. Give us more history by commenting on this answer.

Try these things (if you haven't already) to see if anything helps:

  • Try a hard reset (Home & Power button for 10 secs)
  • Use a genuine Apple Lightning connector
  • Use a genuine Apple charging brick and let it charge overnight
  • Try to connect it to different computers (mac/pc if possible) with an updated iTunes
  • Put the phone in recovery mode (search DFU Mode). Careful, this can reset your data
  • Use 3uTools for putting it in and out of Recovery Mode
  • Use 3uTools to flash the firmware (you can't downgrade)
  • Check the condition of all the flexes (with magnification)
  • Disconnect the Front Camera Ribbon from the logic board and reboot your phone
  • Disconnect the screen assembly completely and see if iTunes will recognize the phone.

Otherwise, you may have a logic board issue. If you are uncomfortable doing these steps, consider finding a repair shop to do the troubleshooting. A shop that also does micro-soldering can go deeper if the problem is not modular in nature.

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It looks like (according to the errors) either a NAND or CPU failure.

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@gigabit87898 yeah, that's a lingering fear I have too. Still, it's good to try and rule out as much stuff as possible.

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try to use 3uTools.

Just click the easy flash, then restore the iPhone.

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