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Alterações na iPhone 8 Plus Home/Touch ID Sensor Replacement Introdução

Edição por Jeff Suovanen

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Introduction
Prerequisite only.The iPhone 8 Plus home “button” is actually a solid-state sensor, which also includes Touch ID (fingerprint recognition) capability. [ … ] '''Only Apple can do a'''Most replacement home buttons won’t work''', so check carefully before starting your repair. Your iPhone’s original home button swap.''' If you replace yours using 3rd-party parts, it deactivatesis uniquely paired to the logic board at the factory—and without Apple’s proprietary calibration process, even a genuine replacement home button and turns on assistive touch. Therefore this procedure isfrom another iPhone won’t work. To fix a broken home button, you should install a specially-made, universal-style home button. Note that these replacements only usefulwork as part of a display assembly replacement, where the home/Touchbutton; Touch ID sensor must be transferred from the old display to the new one. will not function. [ … ] Follow the steps inIf you are only replacing a broken screen, you can use this guide to carefully remove or transfer the home/Touch ID sensor assembly, including the gasket and cable, intransfer your iPhone 8 Plus. Toworking original home button to a new screen, preserving all functions, including Touch ID. [ … ] During this procedure, to avoid accidentally straining or tearing the display cables, it's best to completely detach the display assembly before beginning repairs on the home/Touch ID sensor. But if you are comfortable doing so, you may skip the steps for detaching the display assembly section of this guide and go straight to the home/Touch ID sensor section.
Prerequisite only.The iPhone 8 Plus home “button” is actually a solid-state sensor, which also includes Touch ID (fingerprint recognition) capability. [ … ] '''Only Apple can do a'''Most replacement home buttons won’t work''', so check carefully before starting your repair. Your iPhone’s original home button swap.''' If you replace yours using 3rd-party parts, it deactivatesis uniquely paired to the logic board at the factory—and without Apple’s proprietary calibration process, even a genuine replacement home button and turns on assistive touch. Therefore this procedure isfrom another iPhone won’t work. To fix a broken home button, you should install a specially-made, universal-style home button. Note that these replacements only usefulwork as part of a display assembly replacement, where the home/Touchbutton; Touch ID sensor must be transferred from the old display to the new one. will not function. [ … ] Follow the steps inIf you are only replacing a broken screen, you can use this guide to carefully remove or transfer the home/Touch ID sensor assembly, including the gasket and cable, intransfer your iPhone 8 Plus. Toworking original home button to a new screen, preserving all functions, including Touch ID. [ … ] During this procedure, to avoid accidentally straining or tearing the display cables, it's best to completely detach the display assembly before beginning repairs on the home/Touch ID sensor. But if you are comfortable doing so, you may skip the steps for detaching the display assembly section of this guide and go straight to the home/Touch ID sensor section.
Conclusion
ToCompare your new replacement part to the original part—you may need to transfer remaining components or remove adhesive backings from the new part before installing. [ … ] '''To reassemble your device, follow these instructionsthe above steps in reverse order.order.''' [ … ] Take your e-waste to an [[E-Waste|R2 or e-Stewards certified recycler|new_window=true]]. [ … ] Repair didn’t go as planned? Try some [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Troubleshooting_Problems_After_a_Repair|basic troubleshooting], or search our [https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Device/iPhone%208%20Plus|Answers forum] for help.
ToCompare your new replacement part to the original part—you may need to transfer remaining components or remove adhesive backings from the new part before installing. [ … ] '''To reassemble your device, follow these instructionsthe above steps in reverse order.order.''' [ … ] Take your e-waste to an [[E-Waste|R2 or e-Stewards certified recycler|new_window=true]]. [ … ] Repair didn’t go as planned? Try some [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Troubleshooting_Problems_After_a_Repair|basic troubleshooting], or search our [https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Device/iPhone%208%20Plus|Answers forum] for help.
Summary
Prerequisite-only guideHow to remove/replaceremove, transfer, or replace the solid-state home button in an iPhone 8 Plus.
Prerequisite-only guideHow to remove/replaceremove, transfer, or replace the solid-state home button in an iPhone 8 Plus.

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