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현재 버전 게시자: Sam Lionheart (투표 내용) ,

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I had this exact same problem. Although my touch id didnt work either. When i changed my screen i had to move the back shield metal plate from my phone to the new screen. That back metal shield plate has the home button connector on it. I believed i damaged the home button connector when I disconnected the home button from my old screen, i can see the connector was now quite loose when i touched it. I decided to change the metal shield plate (you can buy it of ebay for like $10-$15). Once changed my home button now works fine. It also fixed my touch id which I wasn't expecting. Bonus!

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편집 작업: iRobot ,

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I had this exact same problem. Although my touch id didnt work either. When i changed my screen i had to move the back shield metal plate from my phone to the new screen. That back metal shield plate has the home button connector on it. I believed i damaged the home button connector when I disconnected the home button from my old screen, i can see the connector was now quite loose when i touched it. I decided to change the metal shield plate (you can buy it of ebay for like $10-$15). Once changed my home button now works fine. It also fixed my touch id which I wasn't expecting. Bonus!

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원문 게시자: May ,

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I had this exact same problem. Although my touch id didnt work either. When i changed my screen i had to move the back shield metal plate from my phone to the new screen. That back metal shield plate has the home button connector on it. I believed i damaged the home button connector when I disconnected the home button from my old screen, i can see the connector was now quite loose when i touched it. I decided to change the metal shield plate (you can buy it of ebay for like $10-$15). Once changed my home button now works fine. It also fixed my touch id which I wasn't expecting. Bonus!

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