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iPhone 6 Plus Error 4013 after Screen, Logic, and Lightning replaced

I recently gained possession of an iPhone 6 Plus that I replaced the screen on for a friend. The phone then proceeded to boot loop until it ran out of power. Thinking that the device was fubar, he gave it to me. So I decided to try basically everything. Got to the point that I decided to replace the logic board after having heard that error 4013 can be NAND related. Did that. Still get the exact same error whenever I try to restore it with iTunes.

64GB AT&T Locked iPhone 6 Plus

Parts replaced:

  • Screen
  • Lightning and audio assembly
  • Logic Board
  • 5GHz wireless antenna

Any insight?

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disconnect everything except chargeport and see if it will flash without errors, then if it goes through ok start connecting each component one at a time until you find the culprit.

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well... seems like the screen was the problem, but that raises a new question... how come a screen that was purchased from iFixit didn't let the phone boot or restore...

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So, that "fixed" it, but now it just boot loops forever again... And I can't test the original screen anymore because it was practically unusable when I replaced it.

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Bad front camera or home button flex from a screen that has preassembled components can cause this.

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That is Nand issues,Most of the cases you have to reprogram Nand with removing from logic board and reprogram with programmer.

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The logic board has already been replaced with a known good board. So the issue is no longer NAND related. Also, I was able to get it restored by taking the replaced screen off. So the issue is now with the screen and that it causes a boot loop whenever it’s connected.

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