Can parts of the old iPhone be put into new phone and save content?
I have an iPhone 4s (I believe that's what it is anyway) that has been badly damaged. All of the glass on the phone, front and back, was totally smashed. My husband purchased new glass and other parts to repair it but in the process of putting it all back together on of the "ribbon cords" (that's what I would call it on a computer anyway) snapped.
I still have the old logic board and battery in a drawer in my tool box. The board has been knocked around a bit with the other things in the box. It has also had nail polish remover (100% acetone) and water spilled on it. I have dried it out as best as possible but was curious if I somehow can hook this board into another phone? Really all I want to is to be able to get enough juice to pull off old pictures and such. Is this even possible or has too much damage happened to the board? Will the logic board have the stored memory on the phone (pictures, text messages etc.) I have recovery software (Dr. Fone) that I can run if I can get the thing to power up.
Is this a good question?