Revamped version of the iPhone 3G with faster processing speeds. Repair of this device is similar to the 3G, and requires simple screwdrivers and prying tools. Model A1303 / 16 or 32 GB capacity / black or white plastic back.

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Warm iPhone Not Reconized by iTunes

Okay, I've made now three threads about this iPhone. This is my crazy thread. :D

So I replaced the dock connector in this water damaged iPhone. The MB did not see any water. I checked with a magnifying glass to see if someone changed the stickers to trick the next owner. I didn't see anything on any connectors. I lifted up the heat shields, all beautiful in there.

I replaced the dock connector, and I left it plugged into iTunes. I checked the console, and got an interesting spamload of error messages.

"7/30/12 1:07:21 PM [0x0-0x62b62b][9165] aa_clip_edge infinite loop "

It said that about twenty times a milisecond, for a few seconds. iTunes may have been launched, or the iPhone was throwing errors. This doesn't have a front assembly on it, so I don't have any visuals. It does get slightly warm.... but not hot like it needs a PMIC replacement.

I don't know what to do next. Any ideas?

BTW, I am willing to get down and crazy with this MB. Checking "fuses", and all that good stuff. Oh, I also tried all the normal troubleshooting techniques, except for wall charger. I don't have one of those, and this cord works with our iPod Touch 1st gen just fine.


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Bought a front end, and it works. Except for when I unplug it. And the screen is all white. I went to restore, but got errors about the battery being in there half way. So I'll replace that, then restore.

Again, the fix was to get the front assembly and replace the battery due to the white screen. Yes, I did try a hard reset. When the phone is unplugged, it instantly dies, so this is the solution.

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