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phone no longer start after wireless charging coil damage.

I recently attempted to replace the rear glass on Iphone 8 and was able to remove the broken glass without bit of work but was finally cleared it. one think I noticed during the glass removal was that the wireless charging coil got little ripped and damaged. i did not think it would be a real bid deal but since then the phone does not boot up. would simply replacing the wireless charging coil resolve the issue? I don’t want to purchase replacement part if in fact the phone is completely dead, due to maybe short circuited itself when the coil was damaged somehow. any thoughts or assistance would be greatly appreciated…

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Have you tried booting the phone without the charging coil connected? The phone should boot properly without it.

Unfortunately, the only way to know if the logic board was damaged is to try a known-good replacement coil. I suspect the coil is shorted and that is causing issues with the charge circuit, which in turn will impede the device from booting.

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thank you for the quick response. I have not had a chance to remove the coil to test but will try it shortly. hopefully that is all it is and followup. thanks Minho.

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As Minho said. But just disconnect it to test first.

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In short yes it would stop the phone from turning on going from past experience , I also ripped the charging coil trying to pry it off without a use of heat therefor causing it to rip so I reconnected phone thinking if it works it works but if the wireless charge didn’t work was not a big deal however with the wireless charging coil connected to the logic board phone would not turn on and took for me to disconnect the coil flex cable for it to boot again just purchased a new coil for a few quid drama over hope that helped

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Similar thing happened to me but with the iPhone XR instead I pierced it a bit wit the tip of the blade when removing the glass. it’s doing a constant boot loop now, what should I do?

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