The Apple iPhone 5s was announced on September 10, 2013. Repair of this device is similar to the previous models, and requires screwdrivers and prying tools. Available as GSM or CDMA / 16, 32, or 64 GB / Silver, Gold, and Space Gray.

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iPhone 5S bootloop and pry damage

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Hi everyone!

I have an Iphone 5s that is stuck in a bootloop.

When i try to recover it in iTunes it gives me error 9.

After some close inspection of the board i noticed that one tiny component is nocked off behind the battery connector.

It is the 4th one from the right capacitor, 56PF 5% 16V NPO-COG, 01005.

Is this capacitor responsable for the bootloop.

What are my options here?

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No, that capacitor is not responsible for the boot-looping. However, one missing component could be indicative of other missing or partially dislodges components. I would check around all of the connectors and along the edges of the logic board.

Why was the phone open and being repaired...that might give us a clue.

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The phone was working fine for a long time, untill it started to reboot out off nowhere.

This became more frequent till the point it only reboots .

I know i charges the battery just fine cause i checken it with my multimeter.

So Its not the u2ic i think.

Maybe a Nand error or a short in one off the nand capacitor maybe?

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And the screen has been changed a long while ago.

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Yeah, it could be a NAND issue.

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How do i fix this if its the nand.

I have a multimeter, hmmmmm.

It seems a difficult and tricky problem.

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Sorry, but a multimeter wont help you in repairing a NAND related issue. The NAND IC has to be desoldered from the logic board, which requires special tools and skills and then reprogrammed/repaired with a special programming device.

This is an advanced repair that can only be done by an experienced micro-solderer with the proper tools.

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Its possible i have longscrew damage in the red circle.

Is it possible to have it at that side and what are the symptoms, does anyone know?

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