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Old 04-28-2018, 03:17   #1 (permalink)
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IPhone 7 Plus error 4013 Solved

Replaced R4810 and R4811 and Problem Solved.

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Replaced R4810 and R4811 and Problem Solved.


How’d you determine they were the issues?
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Replaced R4810 and R4811 and Problem Solved.


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according to the schematic these two resistance are pule up I2C_ISP_NH_SCL and I2C_ISP_NH_SDA to PP1V8 2.2k ohm each (i2c interface)

so i guess they were either physically damaged or water damage

either way it was visually inspected and spotted

microscope is the key

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