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== '''HOME BUTTON SOLUTION!!''' ==
 
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I had the same home button issue as many of you guys, with 5 iPhone 7's in a row while using expensive $50 oem screens.
 
After a lot of research I've come across of a suggestion which sounded interesting to me. Low and behold, this solution has actually worked!! I have simply loosened the screw in the back of the home button which holds it to the metal bracket, restarted the phone, and the home button has started working perfectly.
 
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05/31/2017 by screensaviors
 
I loosened the screw behind the center of the home button (holding it to the metal bracket), and it magically works now. This may not fix a lot of them, but it worked for me. I was just tightening that screw snug, but must have been too snug.
 
Which makes perfect sense, since a slight warping of the touch sensor could cause it to malfunction, creating all the dreaded touch issues. Now, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screen (don't be a cheapskate! lol), broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)

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== '''HOME BUTTON SOLUTION!!''' ==

.

I had the same home button issue as many of you guys, with 5  iPhone 7's in a row while using expensive $50 oem screens.

After a lot of research I've come across of a suggestion which sounded interesting to me. Low and behold, this solution has actually worked!! I have simply loosened the screw in the back of the home button which holds it to the metal bracket, restarted the phone, and the home button has started working perfectly.

All credits go to:

05/31/2017 by screensaviors

I loosened the screw behind the center of the home button (holding it to the metal bracket), and it magically works now. This may not fix a lot of them, but it worked for me. I was just tightening that screw snug, but must have been too snug.

Which makes perfect sense, since a slight warping of the touch sensor could cause it to malfunction, creating  all the dreaded touch issues.  Now, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screen (don't be a cheapskate! lol), broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)

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== '''HOME BUTTON SOLUTION!!''' ==

.

I had the same home button issue as many of you guys, with 5  iPhone 7's in a row while using expensive $50 oem screens.

After a lot of research I've come across of a suggestion which sounded interesting to me. Low and behold, this solution has actually worked!! I have simply loosened the screw in the back of the home button which holds it to the metal bracket, restarted the phone, and the home button has started working perfectly.

All credits go to:

05/31/2017 by screensaviors

I loosened the screw behind the center of the home button (holding it to the metal bracket), and it magically works now. This may not fix a lot of them, but it worked for me. I was just tightening that screw snug, but must have been too snug.

Which makes perfect sense, since a slight warping of the touch sensor could cause it to malfunction, creating  all the dreaded touch issues.  Now, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screen (don't be a cheapskate! lol), broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)

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== '''HOME BUTTON SOLUTION!!''' ==
 
.
 
I had the same home button issue as many of you guys, with 5 iPhone 7's in a row while using expensive $50 oem screens.
 
After a lot of research I've come across of a suggestion which sounded interesting to me. Low and behold, this solution has actually worked!! I have simply loosened the screw in the back of the home button which holds it to the metal bracket, restarted the phone, and the home button has started working perfectly.
 
All credits go to:
 
05/31/2017 by screensaviors
 
I loosened the screw behind the center of the home button (holding it to the metal bracket), and it magically works now. This may not fix a lot of them, but it worked for me. I was just tightening that screw snug, but must have been too snug.
 
Which makes perfect sense, since a slight warping of the touch sensor could cause it to malfunction, creating all the dreaded touch issues.
Now
Now, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screen (don't be a cheapskate! lol), broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)
Which makes perfect sense, since a slight warping of the touch sensor could cause it to malfunction, creating all the dreaded touch issues.
Now
Now, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screen (don't be a cheapskate! lol), broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)

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Bewerkt door: billa.4you ,

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== '''HOME BUTTON SOLUTION!!''' ==
 
.
 
I had the same home button issue as many of you guys, with 5 iPhone 7's in a row while using expensive $50 oem screens.
 
After a lot of research I've come across of a suggestion which sounded interesting to me. Low and behold, this solution has actually worked!! I have simply loosened the screw in the back of the home button which holds it to the metal bracket, restarted the phone, and the home button has started working perfectly.
 
All credits go to:
 
05/31/2017 by screensaviors
 
I loosened the screw behind the center of the home button (holding it to the metal bracket), and it magically works now. This may not fix a lot of them, but it worked for me. I was just tightening that screw snug, but must have been too snug.
 
NowWhich makes perfect sense, since a slight warping of the touch sensor could cause it to malfunction, creating all the dreaded touch issues.
Now
, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screenscreen (don't be a cheapskate! lol), broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)
NowWhich makes perfect sense, since a slight warping of the touch sensor could cause it to malfunction, creating all the dreaded touch issues.
Now
, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screenscreen (don't be a cheapskate! lol), broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)

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== '''HOME BUTTON SOLUTION!!''' ==

.

I had the same home button issue as many of you guys, with 5  iPhone 7's in a row while using expensive $50 oem screens.

After a lot of research I've come across of a suggestion which sounded interesting to me. Low and behold, this solution has actually worked!! I have simply loosened the screw in the back of the home button which holds it to the metal bracket, restarted the phone, and the home button has started working perfectly.

All credits go to:

05/31/2017 by screensaviors

I loosened the screw behind the center of the home button (holding it to the metal bracket), and it magically works now. This may not fix a lot of them, but it worked for me. I was just tightening that screw snug, but must have been too snug.

Now, there could be other causes too, such as cheap/low quality replacement screen, broken ribbon, or corrupted software which can all be solved fairly easily, but the home button screw loosening should be tried first. :)

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