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I have just had this issue as well, the beeping indicates that one or more of the internal hardware components have failed. check the ribbon cables for camera, battery, lcd, and anything with more then 3 wires into it. if you notice any frays, cracks or exposed copper under the plastic ribbon cable (technically these are called "flexible circuit boards"), then the component has failed and must be replaced.
-the phone puts itself into a safe voltage state so that nothing else will get damaged if a fault is detected. this safe voltage state is enough to run a back light and the logic board and will cut off at any sign of a short.
+the phone puts itself into a safe voltage state so that nothing else will get damaged if a fault is detected. this safe voltage state is enough to run a back light and the logic board and will cut off at any sign of a short.
-the phone, after the battery has been plugged in, and the wall charger connected, will go through a self initialization mode and take about 3 minutes to complete, during this time it tests all of the separate components and goes into a Go/NO-GO checklist. If any component is a no go, it halts the phone in its safe state and alerts the user every 10 seconds with a charging sound indicator.
+the phone, after the battery has been plugged in, with the wall charger connected,it will go through a self initialization mode and take about 3 minutes to complete (this is indicated it has started when the phone vibrates a couple of times) during this time it tests all of the separate components and goes into a GO/NO-GO checklist. If any component is a no go, it halts the phone in its safe state and alerts the user every 10 seconds with a charging sound indicator.
-Now, on most of these phones, they get dropped, and the only cables that are not screwed down with a backing plate is the LCD cable and digitizer cable, accessible at the top when the cover is slide off. Disconnect the battery, re-seat these cables, wait 3 minutes and plug the battery back in. if this does not resolve the issue, a complete tear down will be needed to analyse all the components for any signs of damage.
+Now, on most of these phones, they get dropped,thrown, etc. (if you suspect impact damage at all, this is most likely the cause) The only cables that are not screwed down with a backing plate is the LCD cable and digitizer cable, accessible at the top when the cover is slide off. Disconnect the battery, re-seat these cables, wait 3 minutes and plug the battery back in. wait for the initialization phase to complete. if this does not resolve the issue, a complete tear down will be needed to analyse all the components for any signs of damage.
here is a good link for that tear down.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trvPAtkp0q4
Hope everything works out for you.

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I have just had this issue as well, the beeping indicates that one or more of the internal hardware components have failed. check the ribbon cables for camera, battery, lcd, and anything with more then 3 wires into it. if you notice any frays, cracks or exposed copper under the plastic ribbon cable (technically these are called "flexible circuit boards"), then the component has failed and must be replaced.
-the phone puts itself into a safe voltage state so that nothing else will get damaged if a fault is detected.
+the phone puts itself into a safe voltage state so that nothing else will get damaged if a fault is detected. this safe voltage state is enough to run a back light and the logic board and will cut off at any sign of a short.
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+the phone, after the battery has been plugged in, and the wall charger connected, will go through a self initialization mode and take about 3 minutes to complete, during this time it tests all of the separate components and goes into a Go/NO-GO checklist. If any component is a no go, it halts the phone in its safe state and alerts the user every 10 seconds with a charging sound indicator.
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+Now, on most of these phones, they get dropped, and the only cables that are not screwed down with a backing plate is the LCD cable and digitizer cable, accessible at the top when the cover is slide off. Disconnect the battery, re-seat these cables, wait 3 minutes and plug the battery back in. if this does not resolve the issue, a complete tear down will be needed to analyse all the components for any signs of damage.
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+here is a good link for that tear down.
+https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trvPAtkp0q4
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+Hope everything works out for you.

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-I have just had this issue as well, the beeping indicates that one or more of the internal hardware components have failed. check the ribbon cables for camera, battery, lcd, and anything with more then 3 wires into it. if you notice any frays, cracks or exposed copper under the plastic ribbon able (technically these are called "flexible circuit boards"), then the component has failed and must be replaced.
+I have just had this issue as well, the beeping indicates that one or more of the internal hardware components have failed. check the ribbon cables for camera, battery, lcd, and anything with more then 3 wires into it. if you notice any frays, cracks or exposed copper under the plastic ribbon cable (technically these are called "flexible circuit boards"), then the component has failed and must be replaced.
the phone puts itself into a safe voltage state so that nothing else will get damaged if a fault is detected.

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-I have just had this issue as well, the beeping indicates that one or more of the internal hardware components have failed. check the ribbon cables for camera, battery, lcd, and anything with more then 3 wires into it. if you notice any frays, cracks or exposed copper under the plastic, the component has failed and must be replaced.
+I have just had this issue as well, the beeping indicates that one or more of the internal hardware components have failed. check the ribbon cables for camera, battery, lcd, and anything with more then 3 wires into it. if you notice any frays, cracks or exposed copper under the plastic ribbon able (technically these are called "flexible circuit boards"), then the component has failed and must be replaced.
the phone puts itself into a safe voltage state so that nothing else will get damaged if a fault is detected.

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I have just had this issue as well, the beeping indicates that one or more of the internal hardware components have failed. check the ribbon cables for camera, battery, lcd, and anything with more then 3 wires into it. if you notice any frays, cracks or exposed copper under the plastic, the component has failed and must be replaced.

the phone puts itself into a safe voltage state so that nothing else will get damaged if a fault is detected.

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