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

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Error 56 on Itunes update after Baseband reball for no service

I have an iphone 6 that had a "No Service" issue. I dialed *#06# and no IMEI displayed.

I reballed baseband IC and was still showing no service but now imei displays when dialing *#06#. (I did run jumpers to U1 and V1 pads).

I checked Itunes to make sure it connected and it did... everything appeared to work fine before attempting an update from 10.2 to 10.3 (Even checked fingerprint and worked fine).

I thought error 56 was related to NFC but don't want to mess with it until I posted here... (Could it be related to baseband?) I don't know if they are related or separate issues. now the phone is stuck in recovery mode until I resolve the Error so I can continue to troubleshoot the no service. any help would be appreciated, thank you :) @refectio maybe?? Have you had error 56???

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I guess it was related to baseband reball...after some long hours of troubleshooting, I discovered that pad B20 (PP_LDO14) was shorted against a ground pad I ran a jumper for on A20 pad. Pulled baseband ic again and corrected with some solder mask. The phone just updated without error(s), now back to troubleshooting no service issue

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Great troubleshooting! Sorry I missed your callout, I haven't been receiving all of my notifications lately.

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Thank you again:) I'm still in the battle with it trying to figure out how I got the imei and baseband to display in settings and *#06#, but still no service. Flipped it over to check the other ic's and caps look and test good. Guess I'll start the shotgun approach :)

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