iPhone 6s not charging
I have a iPhone 6s that was taken abroad to a 3rd world country and was used on bad electricity that fluctuates and damages normal phones.
I've taken it to the Apple store and they said it can't be fixed and to buy a new one but they just want the money. Bought a official lighting and plug from there too.
Then went to a highstreet oho e repair store. They said they would fix it, and that the problem was that the battery needs replacing, the charging port needs replacing and that there was a software issue.
I then went home and replaced the battery and charging port myself.
The batter works because it turned on. But it didn't charge after that. I thought I connect it to my PC and see what software issue there may be. But it isn't recognized by iTunes. So I can not reset it or update it.
The cable connects, and is recognised by the iPhone because when the battery died and the phone turned off. And I tried to turn it back on, it showed a batter sign with the small red on it. I took off the charger and it started showing the connect charger sign, with the charger and lighting at the bottom. I put it back on and it shows just the red battery again.
I don't think there's anything wrong with the hardware but just the software now. But I do not know I I can do anything if it won't be recognised by iTunes. And btw the new batter is fine because it lasted a decent amount of time when I out it on. Any solutions to this 'software issue' ?
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