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Released September 16, 2016. Model 1660, 1778 Available as GSM or CDMA / 32, 128 or 256 GB / Rose gold, gold, silver, black, and jet black.

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Error 4014 What should I look for?

So I understand this could be a NAND problem, but I highly doubt that is it, as the user of the phone said he was using it and the phone just stopped working completely. The phone is stuck in DFU mode and restoring with iTunes will work further than an actual phone with a faulty NAND will. But I still recieve 4014. Before I go to great lengths to remove the NAND chip and reprogram it, I want to know what things I maybe need to look for?

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have you checked pp3v0_nand for shorts

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On the iPhone 7, which capacitors relative to the NAND should I check?

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try c1719 and c1727

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@tech_ni Checked C1719 and C1727, Both are fine and only one side is grounded. Though just to make sure I removed both and attempted startup and it still had error 4014. (I put them back on BTW)

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Here is what Apple says about it.

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201444

I think iPhone 7 is new enough that apple may repair or replace it for free.

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@avanteguarde Apple was a jerk, right when I told them what error it was after their LOOOONG Troubleshooting, they said it would need to be replaced. And would cost me.. -_-

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@noah_smith that's disappointing. In that case, find out what credit card you used to purchase the phone with. Many times the credit card company has its own "insurance" and will cover an extra year on your warranty. If it does, follow your credit cards guidelines on how to get comp'ed on the repair.

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Ok, thanks for your help! I'll give my CC Issuer a try, usually CC companies are nice and will help like you said.

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