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Sakalalina 03-12-2019 14:46

iPhone 6 battery drain - No U2
 
I've got an iPhone 6 with battery drain but the problem is not U2 (changed twice)...

All work fine but there is a huge battery drain...
Any solution?

ninos22 03-12-2019 15:46

Freeze board and find the warm spot.

Sakalalina 03-12-2019 17:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by ninos22 (Post 13578245)
Freeze board and find the warm spot.

I've already tried but the phone warmp up just a little so i'm unable to identify the hot zone...

kimo59 03-12-2019 20:40

it could be home button, short capa in wifi ic itself or ant partial short on motherboard after U2 rail, try with alcohol iso to clean board with help of microscope.

Best Regards.

Sakalalina 03-13-2019 17:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by kimo59 (Post 13578559)
it could be home button, short capa in wifi ic itself or ant partial short on motherboard after U2 rail, try with alcohol iso to clean board with help of microscope.

Best Regards.


I've think C5202_RF me too, so i've remove it...
but still the same...
even without home button and camera...
We use only no-clean flyux, by the way i've already clean the entire mainboard with isop. without success...
Battery still drain fast...

CDMA_RASHID 03-13-2019 20:17

Use DCPS and check for power consumption.


Normal consumption of a perfect phone would be 40mAH on initial power press and will gradually increase.


If the power consumption is 100 mAH that means any of the 3v0 power supply is short to ground.



You need to check all power rails that has 3 volts on it.


For example check
Quote:

pp3v0_TRISTAR

PP3V0_PROX

PP3V0_MESA

PP3V0_IMU

I have excluded Nand voltage because if this rail gets short the phone will not power on at all.


Check for short on the above power rails. If short found on any one of them check corresponding caps connected on that line.



Use Schematic and PhoneBoard for tracing and fault finding.


Hope that helps.

Sakalalina 03-14-2019 11:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by CDMA_RASHID (Post 13579713)
Use DCPS and check for power consumption.

Normal consumption of a perfect phone would be 40mAH on initial power press and will gradually increase.

If the power consumption is 100 mAH that means any of the 3v0 power supply is short to ground
You need to check all power rails that has 3 volts on it.

For example check

I have excluded Nand voltage because if this rail gets short the phone will not power on at all.

Check for short on the above power rails. If short found on any one of them check corresponding caps connected on that line.

Use Schematic and PhoneBoard for tracing and fault finding.

Hope that helps.


Thanks bro,

pp3v0_TRISTAR ... OK

PP3V0_PROX .... Absent but no short on C2108

PP3V0_MESA ... OK

PP3V0_IMU ... Absent and short on C1284

I've removed C1284, C2272, C2271, U2205 but still shorted...

I've to replace U1202?

CDMA_RASHID 03-14-2019 12:14

Remove C1902.






Hope that helps.

Selmir 03-14-2019 14:02

Home button .............................................

tochits 03-14-2019 22:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sakalalina (Post 13578177)
I've got an iPhone 6 with battery drain but the problem is not U2 (changed twice)...

All work fine but there is a huge battery drain...
Any solution?

did you tried to change battery?

jhardee 03-14-2019 23:12

try to change this ic U1401

Hope that helps.

Sakalalina 03-15-2019 12:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by CDMA_RASHID (Post 13580447)
Remove C1902.


Hope that helps.




Solved, thanks bro...
I've forgot C1902!


U got PM

kcponsel 03-27-2019 08:59

where is the place c1902?

ali_imran 03-27-2019 09:20

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Quote:

Originally Posted by kcponsel (Post 13596011)
where is the place c1902?

if u search in any tool u can find it


here is c1902


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