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Current version by: Julio Osilia ,

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Hello=== Update (02/09/2017) ===

Ok
I fixed onethink that finally I found the problem so first I want to explain something.

A guy wrote here that he just opened an
iPhone 7 today, we replaceand he didn't unplugged anything and the broken glass only nothome button stop working. I already open 4 iphone 7 and after open the LCDphone using a heat gun the home button still works fine before unplug anything so we use the same backlights withheat won't damage the home button.

Other people is writing that maybe is because the replacement screen is not original well that is not the cause why
the same long home button cable butstop working neither because I just replace the glass from the LCD for two iPhones 7 and the home button is notstop working and that is with the same original LCD we just separated the glass and install a new one,cables.

So the problem that I found so far is when yes tried to remove the big metal plate from
the screen where the large home button cable goes under with glue. We apply heat on that plate to be able to separate that plate from the cable and looks like the cable is working great but nothingreally really soft so even if you don't break it inside gets damage so we replace the backlight with that cable and the home button.button start to works fine again.

Conclusion: we found that using the original LCD but replacing the backlight with the long cable will solve the issue (we solve the issue twice so far)
Hello=== Update (02/09/2017) ===

Ok
I fixed onethink that finally I found the problem so first I want to explain something.

A guy wrote here that he just opened an
iPhone 7 today, we replaceand he didn't unplugged anything and the broken glass only nothome button stop working. I already open 4 iphone 7 and after open the LCDphone using a heat gun the home button still works fine before unplug anything so we use the same backlights withheat won't damage the home button.

Other people is writing that maybe is because the replacement screen is not original well that is not the cause why
the same long home button cable butstop working neither because I just replace the glass from the LCD for two iPhones 7 and the home button is notstop working and that is with the same original LCD we just separated the glass and install a new one,cables.

So the problem that I found so far is when yes tried to remove the big metal plate from
the screen where the large home button cable goes under with glue. We apply heat on that plate to be able to separate that plate from the cable and looks like the cable is working great but nothingreally really soft so even if you don't break it inside gets damage so we replace the backlight with that cable and the home button.button start to works fine again.

Conclusion: we found that using the original LCD but replacing the backlight with the long cable will solve the issue (we solve the issue twice so far)

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Original post by: Julio Osilia ,

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Hello I fixed one iPhone 7 today, we replace the broken glass only not the LCD so we use the same backlights with the same long home button cable but the home button is not working and is the same original LCD we just separated the glass and install a new one, the screen is working great but nothing with the home button.

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