iPhone stuck in Recovery mode after Battery replacement.
Hey guys, i can't recommend replacing the battery of your iPhone yourself. I did it just as it is shown in the guide here, replaced the battery (did not scratch anything) gently, but now my iPhone is stuck in some sort of recovery mode loop. It only turns on when its connected to my computer. I have to restore it, but right after it has been restored it sets itself back in recovery mode. Putting it into DFU mode is not possible (since it shows only the "connect to iTunes logo"), exiting the Recovery mode with tiny umbrella or iReb doesn't work either. It sets it back but the loop continues. I tried everything (putting the old battery back in) but it still shows the same symptoms. Does anyone have an idea what to do?
So DONT do it. You can even loose the 250$ replacement iPhone for opening it.
Hello I change the batterie in my iPhone 5 and it stuck.dosent work the switch on off button and the home button. I do all the steps as you said but nothing again.what I have to do else.my best regards
FIXED! Changed the battery and got stuck in boot loop, after an all day battle some praying and research turned up the screws on the lcd display / sound ribbon cover are very specific in length on each corner, if you put the long screw in the short screw hole (.1mm diff lol) or over tighten them they will tap into the board below and cause the phone not to boot up.
in this case, when you are doing the job for your self, get some 4x4 inches little magnet mat so you can place the screws in order or even draw the metal lcd logic board cable holder. so that way you won't mix them. but if you do mix them out don't put them back so you won't harm your phone motherboard
Juan Rosales さんによる
I had the same issue and tried what robgspeed suggested. Loosening the screws solved the problem. Thank you, robgspeed!
Matt Ahlskog さんによる
ROBSPEED!!!! you saved my life!!!
I took my 5s to a professional iphone fixing place to change my battery. It got in a loop after they did that, and said there was nothing they could do to fix it..
I loosed the screws on the LCD that they put on and unplugged the battery for good measure. BOOM!! Started up!!!!!