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Well, I am sorry to tell you, but if you tore your Touch ID ribbon cable, then you can no longer use the touch ID function, and because you opened the phone, Apple is not allowed to take a look at it, even though they are the only ones that can do this type of repair. However, I have the same problem, and I did have an idea, that may or may not work, if you are dead serious about fixing your Touch ID. Before all of this, I suggest you just back up your iPhone to icloud and see if erase iPhone will fix the problem.
So, if you know someone or find someone near you online who has a iPhone 5s that broke the screen (or something like that); and doesn't want it anymore, then a good idea would be to buy it from them for very cheap. (I am not telling you to replace your iphone, but to just use it for this repair, but if you really feel like replacing it instead with this one, be my guest). Go ahead and replace the home button with a third party one (maybe off of amazon). Then, erase all the memory from your iphone after backing it up to icloud.
So, after you have backed your phone up to icloud and have erased all the iPhone's memory clean, (I am talking about everything, the entire OS and all), you can go ahead with the other iPhone, and select erase iPhone in the settings, and then set it up with your personal data (sign in to icloud, re - install apps, etc.), you can go ahead and back all THAT data up to a place where you can then re - download it. (See where I am going with this)?
Then, on your iPhone that has no memory on it, download all of the backed up data from the other iPhone onto yours, and that will hopefully trick the iPhone into recognizing the third party touch ID as the one that came with the iPhone from the factory. The reason it may not back up the Touch ID data from the other iPhone and recognize it as a different ribbon cable is because according to apple, all Touch ID data is stored and encrypted on the A7 system on a chip, and should never be backed up. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcKLwBtl16c)
If you are not willing to take these risks, then I am fine with that. But if you do this, and it does not work, there very possibly could be the potential to sue apple for false advertising. This is just my idea, and it may not work. You could also repair the other iPhone, and if your's has been restored, then you could select erase iPhone on the other one you had bought (again), and sell it. If it doesn't work, then you could still repair the phone, and replace your old one. But there is that. I hope this helps. Have a nice day!
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+*please know that this should only work with IOS 9.3. I take no responsibility for any damage caused to any iPhone.

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Editado por: Owen ,

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-Well, I am sorry to tell you, but if you tore your Touch ID ribbon cable, then you can no longer use the touch ID function, and because you opened the phone, Apple is not allowed to take a look at it, even though they are the only ones that can do this type of repair. However, I have the same problem, and I did have an idea, that may or may not work, if you are dead serious about fixing your Touch ID.
+Well, I am sorry to tell you, but if you tore your Touch ID ribbon cable, then you can no longer use the touch ID function, and because you opened the phone, Apple is not allowed to take a look at it, even though they are the only ones that can do this type of repair. However, I have the same problem, and I did have an idea, that may or may not work, if you are dead serious about fixing your Touch ID. Before all of this, I suggest you just back up your iPhone to icloud and see if erase iPhone will fix the problem.
So, if you know someone or find someone near you online who has a iPhone 5s that broke the screen (or something like that); and doesn't want it anymore, then a good idea would be to buy it from them for very cheap. (I am not telling you to replace your iphone, but to just use it for this repair, but if you really feel like replacing it instead with this one, be my guest). Go ahead and replace the home button with a third party one (maybe off of amazon). Then, erase all the memory from your iphone after backing it up to icloud.
So, after you have backed your phone up to icloud and have erased all the iPhone's memory clean, (I am talking about everything, the entire OS and all), you can go ahead with the other iPhone, and select erase iPhone in the settings, and then set it up with your personal data (sign in to icloud, re - install apps, etc.), you can go ahead and back all THAT data up to a place where you can then re - download it. (See where I am going with this)?
Then, on your iPhone that has no memory on it, download all of the backed up data from the other iPhone onto yours, and that will hopefully trick the iPhone into recognizing the third party touch ID as the one that came with the iPhone from the factory. The reason it may not back up the Touch ID data from the other iPhone and recognize it as a different ribbon cable is because according to apple, all Touch ID data is stored and encrypted on the A7 system on a chip, and should never be backed up. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcKLwBtl16c)
If you are not willing to take these risks, then I am fine with that. But if you do this, and it does not work, there very possibly could be the potential to sue apple for false advertising. This is just my idea, and it may not work. You could also repair the other iPhone, and if your's has been restored, then you could select erase iPhone on the other one you had bought (again), and sell it. If it doesn't work, then you could still repair the phone, and replace your old one. But there is that. I hope this helps. Have a nice day!

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Editado por: Owen ,

Texto:

Well, I am sorry to tell you, but if you tore your Touch ID ribbon cable, then you can no longer use the touch ID function, and because you opened the phone, Apple is not allowed to take a look at it, even though they are the only ones that can do this type of repair. However, I have the same problem, and I did have an idea, that may or may not work, if you are dead serious about fixing your Touch ID.
So, if you know someone or find someone near you online who has a iPhone 5s that broke the screen (or something like that); and doesn't want it anymore, then a good idea would be to buy it from them for very cheap. (I am not telling you to replace your iphone, but to just use it for this repair, but if you really feel like replacing it instead with this one, be my guest). Go ahead and replace the home button with a third party one (maybe off of amazon). Then, erase all the memory from your iphone after backing it up to icloud.
So, after you have backed your phone up to icloud and have erased all the iPhone's memory clean, (I am talking about everything, the entire OS and all), you can go ahead with the other iPhone, and select erase iPhone in the settings, and then set it up with your personal data (sign in to icloud, re - install apps, etc.), you can go ahead and back all THAT data up to a place where you can then re - download it. (See where I am going with this)?
Then, on your iPhone that has no memory on it, download all of the backed up data from the other iPhone onto yours, and that will hopefully trick the iPhone into recognizing the third party touch ID as the one that came with the iPhone from the factory. The reason it may not back up the Touch ID data from the other iPhone and recognize it as a different ribbon cable is because according to apple, all Touch ID data is stored and encrypted on the A7 system on a chip, and should never be backed up. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcKLwBtl16c)
-If you are not willing to take these risks, then I am fine with that. But if you do this, and it does not work, there very possibly could be the potential to sue apple for false advertising. This is just my idea, and it may not work. You could also repair the other iPhone, and if your's has been restored, then you could select erase iPhone again, and sell it. If it doesn't work, then you could still repair the phone, and replace your old one. But there is that. I hope this helps. Have a nice day!
+If you are not willing to take these risks, then I am fine with that. But if you do this, and it does not work, there very possibly could be the potential to sue apple for false advertising. This is just my idea, and it may not work. You could also repair the other iPhone, and if your's has been restored, then you could select erase iPhone on the other one you had bought (again), and sell it. If it doesn't work, then you could still repair the phone, and replace your old one. But there is that. I hope this helps. Have a nice day!

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Editado por: Owen ,

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-Well, I am sorry to tell you, but if you tore your Touch ID ribbon cable, then you can no longer use the touch ID function, and because you opened the phone, Apple is not allowed to take a look at it, even though they are the only ones that can do this type of repair. However, I have the same problem, and I did have an idea, that may or may not work.
+Well, I am sorry to tell you, but if you tore your Touch ID ribbon cable, then you can no longer use the touch ID function, and because you opened the phone, Apple is not allowed to take a look at it, even though they are the only ones that can do this type of repair. However, I have the same problem, and I did have an idea, that may or may not work, if you are dead serious about fixing your Touch ID.
So, if you know someone or find someone near you online who has a iPhone 5s that broke the screen (or something like that); and doesn't want it anymore, then a good idea would be to buy it from them for very cheap. (I am not telling you to replace your iphone, but to just use it for this repair, but if you really feel like replacing it instead with this one, be my guest). Go ahead and replace the home button with a third party one (maybe off of amazon). Then, erase all the memory from your iphone after backing it up to icloud.
So, after you have backed your phone up to icloud and have erased all the iPhone's memory clean, (I am talking about everything, the entire OS and all), you can go ahead with the other iPhone, and select erase iPhone in the settings, and then set it up with your personal data (sign in to icloud, re - install apps, etc.), you can go ahead and back all THAT data up to a place where you can then re - download it. (See where I am going with this)?
Then, on your iPhone that has no memory on it, download all of the backed up data from the other iPhone onto yours, and that will hopefully trick the iPhone into recognizing the third party touch ID as the one that came with the iPhone from the factory. The reason it may not back up the Touch ID data from the other iPhone and recognize it as a different ribbon cable is because according to apple, all Touch ID data is stored and encrypted on the A7 system on a chip, and should never be backed up. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcKLwBtl16c)
-If you are not willing to take these risks, then I am fine with that. But if you do this, and it does not work, there very possibly could be the potential to sue apple for false advertising. But there is that. I hope this helps. Have a nice day!
+If you are not willing to take these risks, then I am fine with that. But if you do this, and it does not work, there very possibly could be the potential to sue apple for false advertising. This is just my idea, and it may not work. You could also repair the other iPhone, and if your's has been restored, then you could select erase iPhone again, and sell it. If it doesn't work, then you could still repair the phone, and replace your old one. But there is that. I hope this helps. Have a nice day!

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Aporte original por: Owen ,

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Well, I am sorry to tell you, but if you tore your Touch ID  ribbon cable, then you can no longer use the touch ID function, and because you opened the phone, Apple is not allowed to take a look at it, even though they are the only ones that can do this type of repair. However, I have the same problem, and I did have an idea, that may or may not work.

So, if you know someone or find someone near you online who has a iPhone 5s that broke the screen (or something like that); and doesn't want it anymore, then a good idea would be to buy it from them for very cheap. (I am not telling you to replace your iphone, but to just use it for this repair, but if you really feel like replacing it instead with this one, be my guest). Go ahead and replace the home button with a third party one (maybe off of amazon). Then, erase all the memory from your iphone after backing it up to icloud.

So, after you have backed your phone up to icloud and have erased all the iPhone's  memory clean,  (I am talking about everything, the entire OS and all),  you can go ahead with the other iPhone, and select erase iPhone in the settings, and then set it up with your personal data (sign in to icloud, re - install apps, etc.), you can go ahead and back all THAT data up to a place where you can then re - download it. (See where I am going with this)?

Then, on your iPhone that has no memory on it, download all of the backed up data from the other iPhone onto yours, and that will hopefully trick the iPhone into recognizing the third party touch ID as the one that came with the iPhone from the factory. The reason it may not back up the Touch ID  data from the other iPhone and recognize it as a different ribbon cable is because according to apple, all Touch ID data is stored and encrypted on the A7 system on a chip, and should never be backed up. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcKLwBtl16c)

If you are not willing to take these risks, then I am fine with that. But if you do this, and it does not work, there very possibly could be the potential to sue apple for false advertising. But there is that. I hope this helps. Have a nice day!

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