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Howdy to our readers! Are you looking for a shop to repair your iPhone? We are more than capable to repair your iPhone battery, broken screen, motherboard problems, broken / crack backglass. In short, we are able to repair any problem regarding iPhone. We are located in Ampang and our shop location is easy to park. We have attended customers from Klang, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and Wangsa Maju (Basically from all around KL area). Today’s repair is regarding the process to repair iPhone stuck in Apple logo.
It’s rare for an iPhone to have a serious issue starting up, but it can happen. For example, you might be trying to restore an iPhone from a backup or migrate data from a different iOS device, and your iPhone inexplicably gets stuck on the Apple logo. Or perhaps you simply turned the phone off and it remains on the Apple logo when you turn it back on. If you want to repair iPhone stuck Apple logo, forcing it to restart can flush out bad data and give the phone a second chance to restart normally. While it’s not likely to resolve the problem, this troubleshooting step has a chance of getting your phone past the logo screen and it buys you additional time to see if the iPhone will eventually leave the logo screen on its own without additional steps.
The process to repair iPhone that is Stuck At Apple Logo
Today we are repairing iPhone X that is stuck at Apple logo. This problem is most probably caused by a motherboard problem, but we need to diagnose the device first. Ms. Tiara comes to our shop with this iPhone X and wants us to repair iPhone Stuck Apple logo. The source of the problem was unknown, so we asked her to be seated while we diagnose the device. First step to repair iPhone stuck Apple logo, is to diagnose every component of the device. Unfortunately, everything is working fine which leaves us with the motherboard.
Secondly, we diagnose the motherboard and found the problem. We are able to detect some corrosion on the Proximity sensor IC on the motherboard. This is most likely to cause the problem from our previous experience. Next, the proximity sensor is replaced and the device is reassembled. Then, the device is thoroughly tested before returning it back to her.