There’s nothing more embarrassing than waking up Sunday morning at the house of strangers and remembering nothing of what happened last night.
By analyzing this situation, I will teach you how to retrieve your button! It’s going to look like nothing ever happened! After all, drunk button has no owner! Calm down, I’m talking about the “Home” button on the Iphone (the one in front of the device). From so much tightening it ends up giving problems, but I help you, in that!
Calibrate the button: If you’re lucky, the problem is just an error in the software. Therefore, do the following: Open the clock application. Press and hold the sleep button (the one on the top of the unit) until the “turn off” message appears. Then release the button and hold the “Home” button. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds. The clock application will close and ready, your button will be calibrated!
Re-attaching: After inserting and removing the USB cable, the structure inside the unit may have moved a little. Connect the USB cable, and make a small push and press the home button. With it pressed, remove the cable. If that’s your button’s problem, it’s not anymore. Sometimes it’s just that the cable is hooked up, and things get better, right?
Cleaning: So you think your chicken’s greasy finger the birdie, your pocket full of dexavated herbs and your all dirty rouge bag will not damage your iPhone? Yes, it damages! Clean it with isopropyl alcohol, specifically for cleaning electronics. Sold at the store closest to you. Brinks, sometimes you’re going to have to get a bus. boring, right ?. Let one or two drops of the alcohol dribble (if you do not have it, you can try your luck and drip pure water) right on top of the button. And press so that the liquid penetrates inside the apparatus. It sounds crazy, but it’s not. As soon as the drop gets inside the button, check. The problem must have solved!
Creating the usurper: None of the above tips worked out. Okay, it’s time to create a fake button, to replace the deceased home button. Go to Settings> General> Accessibility and activate the Assistive Touch option. A little ball will appear from the corner of the screen. It functions as a menu button, every time you press it you will see four options: start, device, favorites and voice control. Okay, the usurper home button was created!
As a rule, whenever a device has problems, consumers have the option of taking it to an authorized retailer or contracting a third-party service to perform the repairs. However, it seems Apple allows only authorized employees to fix iPhone 7 home button if the Home button stops working.
The video you check below is courtesy of Michael Oberdick on YouTube. In it, we can see that if the Home button of the new Apple device is damaged and a third party technician decides to make the changes, the Touch ID of the device simply stops working. Following is a message asking the smartphone owner to look for an authorized service to make it functional again.
Interestingly, the video-maker reports that the iPhone 7 will not work properly even if you change the damaged component by another original used on a similar device.
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It is worth mentioning that for some time, Apple was cited in a lawsuit on account of the decision not to allow third parties to perform repairs on their handsets. The lawsuit was initiated by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and touches exactly on this issue: that of disabling iPhones and iPads that end up being sent to third-party service outlets. Understand: One machine lets Apple monopolize all repairs on iPhones
In February 2016, some users reported that their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus stopped working properly after the Home button was repaired in a different store than the Apple Store. Apparently, the devices did not show changes until they were upgraded to iOS 9, causing them to receive an “error 53” notification after this procedure.
According to Apple, this message was developed to work as a form of security for owners of the device, since the smartphone disables the Touch ID if it recognizes that the components responsible for this function do not “marry” with the others inside the mobile device – and this may be the same case seen in the newer members of the iPhone family.