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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Marty Rippens ,

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ifIf the simSIM card is properly in it's place -place, then you should read the following ;-)following:
ifIf the simSIM card is properly in it's place -place, then you should read the following ;-)following:
 
sinceSince the phoneiPhone is getting a weak signal and loses the signal within a few seconds - iseconds, I would say that there is a problem with the antenna area (connectors/antenna)connectors/antenna).
sinceSince the phoneiPhone is getting a weak signal and loses the signal within a few seconds - iseconds, I would say that there is a problem with the antenna area (connectors/antenna)connectors/antenna).
 
if it would have fullIf full reception -is available, but the iPhone loses the signal within 5 to 10 seconds -seconds, it would normally be a defective power amplifier or a broken antenna switch (most likely the switch would die first when a phone is dropped)dropped).
if it would have fullIf full reception -is available, but the iPhone loses the signal within 5 to 10 seconds -seconds, it would normally be a defective power amplifier or a broken antenna switch (most likely the switch would die first when a phone is dropped)dropped).
 
theThe "no service" message in those two cases is normal(!) -normal: the phone receives the signal but the btsBTS (Base Transceiver Station) does not recievereceive a signal from the phone (something like a handshake) - sohandshake). So it does not "lock" the "cell" to the phone and goes on -on; it simply doesn't see or hear the phone -phone, and that wasis the short explanation for why you get the "no service" messagemessage.
theThe "no service" message in those two cases is normal(!) -normal: the phone receives the signal but the btsBTS (Base Transceiver Station) does not recievereceive a signal from the phone (something like a handshake) - sohandshake). So it does not "lock" the "cell" to the phone and goes on -on; it simply doesn't see or hear the phone -phone, and that wasis the short explanation for why you get the "no service" messagemessage.
 
butBut what now ?
butBut what now ?
 
ifIf there is nothing to see from the dropping and the phone is still under warranty -warranty, go to appleApple!
ifIf there is nothing to see from the dropping and the phone is still under warranty -warranty, go to appleApple!
 
ifIf not, open the phone and check the connector between the dock conector antconnector and the logic board - maybe it'sboard: it may be slightly dislocateddislocated.
ifIf not, open the phone and check the connector between the dock conector antconnector and the logic board - maybe it'sboard: it may be slightly dislocateddislocated.
 
wut youYou wrote that you checked the connections - thatconnections. This could mean that the antenna is defective -defective, but check everything again - checkingthe connections again. Checking is better than buying a new part ;-)
wut youYou wrote that you checked the connections - thatconnections. This could mean that the antenna is defective -defective, but check everything again - checkingthe connections again. Checking is better than buying a new part ;-)
 
[guide|578|hereguide|578|Here] is the guide for the dock connectorconnector.
[guide|578|hereguide|578|Here] is the guide for the dock connectorconnector.

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Düzenleyen: markus weiher ,

Metin:

if the sim card is properly in it's place - then you should read the following ;-)
 
since the phone is getting a weak signal and loses the signal within a few seconds - i would say that there is a problem with the antenna area (connectors/antenna)
 
if it would have full reception - but loses the signal within 5 to 10 seconds - it would normally be a defective power amplifier or a broken antenna switch (most likely the switch would die first when a phone is dropped)
 
the "no service" message in those two cases is normal(!) - the phone receives the signal but the bts (Base Transceiver Station) does not recieve a signal from the phone (something like a handshake) - so it does not "lock" the "cell" to the phone and goes on - it simply doesn't see or hear the phone - and that was the short explanation why you get the "no service" message
 
but what now ?
 
if there is nothing to see from the dropping and the phone is still under warranty - go to apple!
 
if not, open the phone and check the connector between the dock conector ant the logic board - maybe it's slightly dislocated
 
wut you wrote that you checked the connections - that could mean that the antenna is defective - but check everything again - checking is better than buying a new part ;-)
 
[guide|578|here] is the guide for the dock connector

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: markus weiher ,

Metin:

if the sim card is properly in it's place - then you should read the following ;-)

since the phone is getting a weak signal and loses the signal within a few seconds - i would say that there is a problem with the antenna area (connectors/antenna)

if it would have full reception - but loses the signal within 5 to 10 seconds - it would normally be a defective power amplifier or a broken antenna switch (most likely the switch would die first when a phone is dropped)

the "no service" message in those two cases is normal(!) - the phone receives the signal but the bts (Base Transceiver Station) does not recieve a signal from the phone (something like a handshake) - so it does not "lock" the "cell" to the phone and goes on - it simply doesn't see or hear the phone - and that was the short explanation why you get the "no service" message

but what now ?

if there is nothing to see from the dropping and the phone is still under warranty - go to apple!

if not, open the phone and check the connector between the dock conector ant the logic board - maybe it's slightly dislocated

[guide|578|here] is the guide for the dock connector

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