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-It’s because you are prying the home button flex off the screen and damaging it. There is a chip right smack in the middle of the home button called your u10 chip (look it up on google) that is being damaged when you are transferring . That’s is why the button doesn’t work anymore . You can have a board level repair technician replace the chip or you can purchase a third pardty aftermarket home button return kit on eBay . As soon as you break the home button flex, it’s non repairable and apple would replace the entire phone
+It’s because you are prying the home button flex off the screen and damaging it. There is a chip right smack in the middle of the home button called your u10 chip (look it up on google) that is being damaged when you are transferring . That’s is why the button doesn’t work anymore . You can have a board level repair technician replace the chip or you can purchase a third pardty aftermarket home button return kit on eBay . As soon as you break the home button flex, it’s non repairable and apple would replace the entire phone…
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+With a successful repair, the home button will continue to work normally. Either the home button is damaged or the FPC connector is

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It’s because you are prying the home button flex off the screen and damaging it. There is a chip right smack in the middle of the home button called your u10 chip (look it up on google) that is being damaged when you are transferring . That’s is why the button doesn’t work anymore . You can have a board level repair technician replace the chip or you can purchase a third pardty aftermarket home button return kit on eBay . As soon as you break the home button flex, it’s non repairable and apple would replace the entire phone

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