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Why iPhone won't turn up while charging

its showing a charging but the percentage doesn't increase and at last the phone remain off.

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Run through test.

  • How long have you had the phone?
  • Have you replaced the battery at any given point, or does the phone have a history of replacement?
  • If you're able to connect it to a computer back up the device so you have your data saved.
  • With the device disconnected, can you perform a soft reset to see if the apple logo will display. This is done by holding the power button + home button together until the logo appears.

--Follow Path 1 or 2--

Path 1

Path 2

*If Restoring doesn't work, inspect the battery. I strongly encourage you have a technician do this in the event something happens to the battery, for safety reasons. Battery might be damaged and may need replacement

  • See a tech to do a battery test. We have some techs that use a test battery to ensure if the problem lies with the battery itself or if it's more in depth with hardware/the motherboard.

Hope this helps.

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hi thanks for the feedback but i'm not able to connect the phone to computer. already perform the soft reset but it doesn't work

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If you're unable to you can put the phone in DFU mode, see the link. I would still give it a shot at the restore. This corrects the firmware issue if any exists.

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you can't restore a dead phone. you can't fix hardware problems with software solutions. waste of time.

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This is true, but it is best practice to at least build a rapport in order to narrow the issue.

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Hmm I am not a iPhone expert but this sounds like a tigirs or tristar issue. What charger are you using? Have you used a low quality or anything other than a genuine apple charger recently?

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i'm using a genuine apple charger. howcan i fix this issue???

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So your iPhone 5s won't charge.

The tool that you need to determine what kind of problem you have is a usb ammeter. When you connect the phone to a charger with a usb ammeter in line, you can see the charging current that the device consumes. If normal--then you have a charge reporting problem, either bad battery or a missing filter in the gas gauge line on the board. If abnormal--you have an actual charging problem which can either be parts or motherboard. Rule out parts by replacing the battery and overlaying a known good charge port to see if the motherboard can charge. If that doesn't solve, you have a motherboard level charging problem where the usb handshake chip "tristar" is bad from use of a non-Apple, non-certified charger. Send out to microsolderer for board repair.

Jessa

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