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iPhone 7 - repair of the home button (Touch ID)

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  • Level 10  
    Hey
    Where is the most important layout located where the touch ID is programmed?
    Centrally under glass or on tape (AD7149)?


    iPhone 7 - repair of the home button (Touch ID)

    iPhone 7 - repair of the home button (Touch ID)

    iPhone 7 - repair of the home button (Touch ID)

    I have a problem with iphone 7

    with the button pressed home can not start. He resets and fools when I hail him. The button is slightly damaged from the outside, which can be seen in the picture

    It seems to me that AD7149 is the most important one, and there is a sensor under the glass, which is damaged in my case and makes a short circuit.

    AD7149 looks healthy on me.

    So to make it work, all you need to do is buy an original, functional home and bust AD7149?
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    Level 11  
    B_B_Nation wrote:
    Hey
    Where is the most important layout located where the touch ID is programmed?
    Centrally under glass or on tape (AD7149)?


    iPhone 7 - repair of the home button (Touch ID)

    iPhone 7 - repair of the home button (Touch ID)

    iPhone 7 - repair of the home button (Touch ID)

    I have a problem with iphone 7

    with the button pressed home can not start. He resets and fools when I hail him. The button is slightly damaged from the outside, which can be seen in the picture

    It seems to me that AD7149 is the most important one, and there is a sensor under the glass, which is damaged in my case and makes a short circuit.

    AD7149 looks healthy on me.

    So to make it work, all you need to do is buy an original, functional home and bust AD7149?


    AD7149's soldering will do you no good because it has nothing to do with touch id.
    This system is replaceable and it is replaced by min: if the return button does not work and the touch id works, or someone has damaged the system mechanically.
    The substitution of the new home tape can not help you either, because the virtual home AssistiveTouch will automatically start on the screen and the button will be a dummy.
    I have seen recently that the Chinese have invented a special flex thanks to which the new home button ($ 50) will work, but I have not tested it yet and I do not know if it works in general.
  • Level 10  
    But lime :(
    In older people, you could put in a home for PLN 10 and act, only the touch id was not there

    Thanks

    Added after 24 [minutes]:

    Which element in this whole home / touch id system is unique and its damage crosses the further functionality of the home / touch id function?

    sensor under the glass circle?

  • Level 28  
    B_B_Nation wrote:
    sensor under the glass circle?


    Yes, a telephone store like God / Apple has ordered and for a fee exchange with a panel for an authorized service site, for example iMad, Cortland. You will not get over anything as the sensor is hit.

    For Home itself, you can replace the Chinese mechanical home on the flex switch.
  • Level 10  
    RafalB wrote:

    For Home itself, you can replace the Chinese mechanical home on the flex switch.


    Is there any difference in functionality if I connect Chinese for 20 PLN and I do not connect any of them at all?

  • Level 28  
    B_B_Nation wrote:
    Is there any difference in functionality if I connect Chinese for 20 PLN and I do not connect any of them at all?


    It is, sometimes the phone does not want to run at all with such a Chinaman, the original from the disassembly is definitely better.
  • Level 10  
    But I'm talking about whether there is a difference when there is something connected - Chinese / original from another phone and if there is nothing.
    If it only does it for the end cap, I can cut the tape and change it ...

  • Level 28  
    Update IOS to 12 and cut the tape :) Seriously, it normally runs, i.e. quickly, and activations embrace through 3utools or iTunes and voiceover.
  • Level 2  
    Hello, I have a question when it comes to a damaged Home button in IPhone 7 whether the purchase of the recovery of the entire screen along with the home button will do the trick?
  • Level 10  
    Mefiu888 wrote:
    Hello, I have a question when it comes to a damaged Home button in IPhone 7 whether the purchase of the recovery of the entire screen along with the home button will do the trick?


    It does not do the trick, because the home button with the fingerprint reader is assigned to the iPhone's motherboard (it's unique)
    Only the official service can reprogram such a button by exchanging it with the display.

  • Level 28  
    Just like the above colleague wrote. it can not be changed in the entire 7 and 8 TouchID series. Interestingly, you can easily save NAND, the new serial number of another TouchID, but it does not give you anything.
    It is also not possible to give another serial number in another TouchID. The circle closes.
  • Level 19  
    The kit is available on the Chinese Ali

    Link
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