Have you met this situation that the battery power becomes less after charged one hour? This is something quite a few users complained about. While you may think that have to replace a new battery, that usually isn’t the case. So, what is causing this problem? Maybe the charging port is full of dirt or the cables may be damaged. Also, a software or hardware issue can cause this problem. Now, we have listing four common ways and a professional solution. As following.
For most non-professionals, the most common fix for issues on any computer/phone has always been to restart the device. Sometimes a program can be stuck or could be causing another issue or bug and cause kinds of types of frustration and confusion. Try restarting your iPhone first before going on to more intensive fixes.
When you upgrade your device, the issue will probably be gone. So if there is upgrade software, make sure you have been got. Come with following to do this.
1. Go to Settings
3.Tap Software Update
4.Tap Download and Install
Clean the iPhone’s charging port
If there are any obstructions, the cable won’t be properly placed into the charging port, thus, the device won’t charge. In this case, you need to clean the charging port. In order to do this, you will need some suitable tools, such as a toothpick or a small needle. Remove all the obstructions, but make sure to do it carefully to avoid any damage.
Try another charging and USB port
If the issue still can’t be solved after cleaned the charging port, then you can try another wall charger or use another USB cable. Plug the cable into the USB port in your computer. Maybe that will make a difference.
With these ways to fix iPhone 6 won’t charge, you will probably solve the issue. If not, then it may be a hardware issue. Let’s follow REWA step by step video recording to fix iPhone 6 not charging with logic board.
Charging fault analysis
Connect ZXW to a computer, open PCB diagram software, Charging voltage input PP5V0_USB, battery voltage PP_BATT_VCC, Battery electric quantity detection BATTERY_SWI_CONN
Connect U1401, Tigris charger, USB control IC, overvoltage protection signal, U1700 damage can result in not charging, reboot and connect computer failure etc.
Charging fault detection
Open iPhone 6 screen, take down the screen, pull up the battery connector from logic board. The voltage is about 2.0V after measurement through stitch battery is ok.
Plug to charger, the voltage is 0.5V(normal 1.8V – 4.2V) after measurement through FPC connector, the logic board can’t charge.
Take out the logic board, fix the logic board with PCB holder. Blow the shield cover with 320℃ air hot gun and take off it.
After blowing for 1 minute at 240℃, scrape off the black adhesive.
Blow the Bonding Pad for 1 minute at 300℃ until the tin melts.
Pry the chip with sculpture knife, apply some Paste Flux, remove the tin on bonding pad, apply some rosin on the Solder Wick and slick Bonding Pad.
Clean the Bonding Pad with PCB Cleaner, align the new chip in right direction through stitch.
Blow the chip with hot gun for 1 minute at 280℃. Install the logic board after cool down
Detection and troubleshoot
Plug in charge, the voltage ranges between 1.8V and 4.2V indicating charging IC works properly, install the LCD and charge, after 1 hour the battery can charge properly.
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