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Hi Shai
 
Before you crack open your device, try the trick in the answer below thisthis one. If that doesn't cut it, continue on.
Before you crack open your device, try the trick in the answer below thisthis one. If that doesn't cut it, continue on.
 
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causingit—which causes the circuit to short in turnshort, making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphoneipPhone and requires the screen to be taken off. [guide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causingit—which causes the circuit to short in turnshort, making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphoneipPhone and requires the screen to be taken off. [guide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
 
If you do decide to replace the home button, it is fairly cheap as iinexpensive repair. I do it in my store for $39, so i'mI'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Alsoa similar price. Also, the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!
If you do decide to replace the home button, it is fairly cheap as iinexpensive repair. I do it in my store for $39, so i'mI'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Alsoa similar price. Also, the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!

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Editado por: Jake Devincenzi ,

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Hi Shai
 
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guaranteeBefore you crack open your device, try the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [guide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to gotrick in the deviceanswer below this. If that doesn't cut it, continue on.
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guaranteeBefore you crack open your device, try the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [guide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to gotrick in the deviceanswer below this. If that doesn't cut it, continue on.
 
If you do not wantI have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to openshort in turn making the device up just yet, check outhome button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the answer below forflex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a possible work-aroundcomplete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [guide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
If you do not wantI have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to openshort in turn making the device up just yet, check outhome button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the answer below forflex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a possible work-aroundcomplete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [guide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
 
If you do decide to replace the home button, it is fairly cheap as i do it in my store for $39, so i'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Also the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!

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Editado por: Jake Devincenzi ,

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Hi Shai
 
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Installing-iPhone-4-Home-Button/3144/1|Thisguide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Installing-iPhone-4-Home-Button/3144/1|Thisguide|3144|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
 
ItIf you do not want to open the device up just yet, check out the answer below for a possible work-around.

If you do decide to replace the home button, it
is also fairly cheap as i do it in my store for $39, so i'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Also the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!
ItIf you do not want to open the device up just yet, check out the answer below for a possible work-around.

If you do decide to replace the home button, it
is also fairly cheap as i do it in my store for $39, so i'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Also the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!

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Editado por: Jake Devincenzi ,

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Hi Shai
 
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Installing-iPhone-4-Home-Button/3144/1|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
I have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off. [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Installing-iPhone-4-Home-Button/3144/1|This guide] should help you get to where you need to go in the device.
 
It is also fairly cheap as i do it in my store for $39, so i'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Also the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!

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Hi Shai
 
I work fixing iPhones for a living and i have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off.
I work fixing iPhones for a living and i have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off.
 
It is also fairly cheap as i do it in my store for $39, so i'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Hope this helpsAlso the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!
It is also fairly cheap as i do it in my store for $39, so i'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Hope this helpsAlso the other option listed below about using the 30 pin connector cable to try to lodge the button back into place is worth a shot!

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Aporte original por: martin ,

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Hi Shai

I work fixing iPhones for a living and i have come across this exact issues a few times. The home button itself is just a piece of plastic that pushes the flex ribbon beneath it causing the circuit to short in turn making the home button work. I can pretty much guarantee you the flex ribbon is the cause of this issue (erosion/poor quality part/rust etc.) and can be fixed quite easily, however it does require a complete strip of the iphone and requires the screen to be taken off.

It is also fairly cheap as i do it in my store for $39, so i'm sure you will be able to find it somewhere for just as cheap. Hope this helps!

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