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-Take a good look at the logic board around where the battery connector is, it is possible that you have knock of a small component of the logic board when you have replaced the battery. You might need a magnifier or microscope to see it, at the place where component is missing you can make a jumper between the two pads. Sorry for my poor English but I hope you understand what I try to explaine.
+The symptoms your iPhone have is most likely caused by a damage logic board. Take a good look at the logic board around where the battery connector is, it is possible that you have knock of a small component of the logic board when you have replaced the battery. You might need a magnifier or microscope to see it, at the place where component is missing you can make a jumper between the two pads. Sorry for my poor English but I hope you understand what I try to explaine.
see this for example: https://youtu.be/Q4fIp9vgsB8

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Take a good look at the logic board around where the battery connector is, it is possible that you have knock of a small component of the logic board when you have replaced the battery. You might need a magnifier or microscope to see it, at the place where component is missing you can make a jumper between the two pads. Sorry for my poor English but I hope you understand what I try to explaine.
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+see this for example: https://youtu.be/Q4fIp9vgsB8

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Take a good look at the logic board around where the battery connector is, it is possible that you have knock of a small component of the logic board when you have replaced the battery. You might need a magnifier or microscope to see it, at the place where component is missing you can make a jumper between the two pads. Sorry for my poor English but I hope you understand what I try to explaine.

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