Are you able to repair fried iPhonesUsing a car charger, my 32 GB iPhone did not charge, but actually started to go down in battery life. Then I started to smell...
Answer to: Are you able to repair fried iPhonesTo everyone - much thanks! I have talked with a repair company (actually 3) that has said it's most likely going to be one of two things: either a fried battery terminal (which can be fixed to work once again), or second (worst option) is that the main board circuitry is fried and then I've got an expensive paperweight... Unless I want to pay for that to be replaced and if that's what it came to, I'd just say no and sell it for parts. As for my lost info-I tried to restore to a backup from last week and had an evil iTunes error message come up. After some forum research I found that I had to save that backup file, delete and then reinstall iTunes, in which case I finally got it to sync. I didn't lose that much data after all, just a couple days worth. Thanks again!