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iPhone 7 Motherboard Repair Course

iPhone 7 Motherboard Repair Course

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 20 lectures (2h 31m) | Size: 1.31 GB

You’ll know exactly how each function circuit (display, touch, chag, Wi-Fi, etc.

iPhone 7 Motherboard Repair Course (Circuit Working Process And Troubleshooting Process Learning)

You’ll know the iPhone 7 motherboard components distributions and functions

) works

You’ll have an idea about the issue troubleshooting process

You’ll have a better understanding about how to use the bitmap and schematic

No repair experience required, and it’s better to install the bitmap software like XZW, Refox, etc. in advance

In this course, you’ll learn the working principle and troubleshooting process of the below circuits

Boot Circuit

Display Circuit

Backlight Circuit

Touch Circuit

Front Camera Circuit

Rear Camera Circuit

LED Flash Circuit

Wi-Fi Circuit

Bluetooth Circuit

USB Circuit

Chag Circuit

Microphone Circuit

Speaker Circuit

Vibrator Circuit

NFC Circuit

SIM Circuit

Baseband Circuit

The learning process

First, for the chip level repair, we need to know the distribution of the components on the motherboard. It’s just like a doctor should get familiar with the structure of the human body first, then the doctor can treat the disease.

Then we’ll learn the function of each chip and how the relevant circuit works. For example, for the display circuit, we should know the screen is connect with the motherboard via the display connector. Then after checking the schematic, find out the display connector and track each pin-related rail, we’ll have an overview of the related chips, so it will be easy to know where is the power comes from and how the signals are transmitted.

After we know the working principle, then it would be easy to do the troubleshooting. Just follow the principles of “from the outside to inside”, “from the accessories to the chip”, “check cosmetic first, then measure diode value, check voltage…”

Last but not the least, after finding out the faulty component, remove or replace the faulty component with a new one.

The learning purpose

The course is based on the schematic of the iPhone 7.

During the learning process, you’ll need to follow the course and check the bitmap and schematic for hundred s.

When completing the whole course, you’ll get familiar with the bitmap, schematic, and block diagram… which would be very helpful to form the repair logic and the ability to research and self-learning. So that in the future, you will be able to repair even the newly released models.

Repair technicians and enthusiast

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