Resposta para "iPhone 7 home button not working after screen replacement?"My repair shop works on iPhone 7 and 7 plus' all the time, and out of the many hundreds that we've repaired, have had maybe 2 or 3 with bad home buttons or home buttons that stopped functioning. There is a very careful method to going about replacing the screens on these phones, whether with OEM/refurbished displays or aftermarket screens. As long as the H/B connector on the new LCD is good, than you should have no problems. First of all, before doing anything, turn the iPhone 7/Plus off. Then, when removing the home button from the original broken screen, be careful in removing the screws, try not to put too much pressure on the plate covering the button, and avoid the screwdriver and the plate touching or puncturing the button during removal. At this point, you want to disconnect the button from the original screens connector using thin tweezers and when doing so, make sure the tweezers don't make too much contact with the connector, and carefully disconnect it without too much pressure or force. Now the...
Resposta para "Note 8 black screen replaced digitizer and screen"This is actually more common than you think, and happens sometimes when replacing the LCD/Digitizer on the Note 8, S8 or S8 Plus. For whatever reason, it shorts out and stops working, and even a soft reset doesn't help. I've had situations when I was able to fix it with a soft reset (volume down plus power until the Samsung logo shows up) other times where it didn't there. IMO, there is no rhyme or reason to why this happens, other than a shortage. Also, if you see a red light indicator that doesn't go away, that is in relation to the screen not working as well. It's tough, because at first you assume the screen/LCD is bad, but actually that's not the case at all.
Resposta para "iPhone 7 Plus home button not responding after screen replacement"You might have tore the original home button flex cable. iPhone 7 and 7 plus home button is not user replaceable. Once you tear it or damage it, a replacement button will not fix it, as the button is unique to your specific logic board. Only Apple can resolve this issue if the original button is in fact damaged.