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Topic # 88614 19-Aug-2011 12:37
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iphone 3g not being detected by pc
treid windows base pc / apple mac's
tried different usb port and cables
no sound nothing in device manager
goes in dfu mode i can see itunes picture on iphone 3g screen but if its plugged, pc wont detect at all
i have replaced battery
i have replaced data port
if phone is off and if i plug into pc iphone comes on with apple logo but pc doesnt detect at all
before this problem i jail breaked it was working then i replced iphone housing after that it stoped detected and charging
tried mains charger but doesnt charge ,may be its taking some charge but doesnt show on screen

please help, dont know what happend i did everything tried so many videos from you tube, does anyone knows what it could be, i can pay from paypal

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  Reply # 509178 19-Aug-2011 19:31
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Have you read this post?

www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=76&topicid=29392

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  Reply # 509192 19-Aug-2011 20:13
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What does device manager show on a windows machine?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 509195 19-Aug-2011 20:20
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I had similar symptoms with a damaged cable previously.

You mentioned using a different cable, is it possible you have damaged the port or pins when changing the case? 




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