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Realistically, no it is not possible.
You are fortunate that the tear is further away from the actual button. Usually, the flex tears close to the button. In theory, if you could re-establish the connections that were severed . In reality, there are 6-8 connections on a flexible mylar strip only a few millimeters wide.
-This would be a super challenging, near impossible task for a very experienced micro-solderer. This is clearly not a DIT repair.
+This would be a super challenging, near impossible task for a very experienced micro-solderer. This is clearly not a DIY repair.
You could try to source a broken 5S for cheap and use its button. You would not have Touch ID but you would have a genuine button and that may solve your battery drain problem.

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Contribution d'origine par : Minho ,

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Realistically, no it is not possible.

You are fortunate that the tear is further away from the actual button. Usually, the flex tears close to the button. In theory, if you could re-establish the connections that were severed . In reality, there are 6-8 connections on a flexible mylar strip only a few millimeters wide.

This would be a super challenging, near impossible task for a very experienced micro-solderer. This is clearly not a DIT repair.

You could try to source a broken 5S for cheap and use its button. You would not have Touch ID but you would have a genuine button and that may solve your battery drain problem.

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