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현재 버전: Aiden Baker ,

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For those that replace the screen and home bottom properly and the Touch ID dint work :
 
1 • you probably did the job with the phone on , or you turn it on by mistake wile reassembling it .
 
( you know you are guilty lol)
 
*^*The problem is that the sensor gets stuck and the mainboard is not able to recognize it.
 
Complete power shutdown of the system is need it .*^*
 
All you have to do is :
 
1. Disconnect the battery and press power couple off times.
 
2. unscrew the little metal plate that holds the home button to the plastic frame of the digitizer assembly.(two screws )
 
3. Disconnect the home button connector
 
4. Connect the home button connector again
 
5. Screw the metal plate back in its place ( with the two screws)
 
6. Connect the battery again
 
7. Turn the phone on
 
If you did a professional job and took ur time heating the area a little bit making sure you din't mess the home button flex wile u separated from the frame. Then Touch ID will work when the phone boot .
 
**note: for those of you that did &&^& up the home button flex (lol)
 
just replace the home button and make sure you do it with the system off please. Any oem or original home button will work.
 
It works from the 5s to the 6s+
 
If u need advice look for me at:
 
Facebook or LinkedIn
 
Use this email : zzcharlyzz@gmail.com[email removed for privacy]
Use this email : zzcharlyzz@gmail.com[email removed for privacy]
 
I been working with iPhones since iPhone 2g

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원문 게시자: zzcharlyzz ,

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For those  that replace the screen and home bottom properly and the Touch ID dint work  :

1 • you probably did the job with the phone on , or you turn it on by mistake wile reassembling it .

( you know you are guilty lol)

*^*The problem is that the sensor gets stuck and the mainboard is not able to recognize it.

Complete power shutdown of the system  is need it .*^*

All you have to do is :

1. Disconnect the  battery  and press power couple off times.

2.  unscrew the little metal plate that holds the home button to the plastic frame of the digitizer assembly.(two screws )

3. Disconnect the home button connector

4. Connect the home button connector  again

5. Screw the metal plate back in its place ( with the two screws)

6. Connect the battery again

7. Turn the phone on

If you did a professional job and took ur time  heating the area  a little bit  making sure you din't mess the home button flex wile u separated from the frame. Then Touch ID will work when the phone boot .

**note:  for those of you  that did &&^& up the home button flex (lol)

just replace the home button and make sure you do it with the system off please.  Any oem or original home button will work.

It works from the 5s to the 6s+

If u need advice  look for me at:

Facebook or LinkedIn

Use this email : zzcharlyzz@gmail.com

I been working with iPhones since iPhone 2g

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