Can we erase secure enclave to re-pair touch id?
Okay. I am sick of this whole "touch id is paired to the logic board and blah blah blah only the magical demigods at apple can replace it..."
This is ridiculous.
I'm asking: You know how the a7 chip only accepts a touch id module that has one (secret) serial number? Well, First of all, which part of the a7 chip has this serial number and does the checking to see if your home button matches it, and second, could we find a way to not try to read this secret key from this part of the chip (apple probably has security guards against this, so this probably wont work), but actually WIPE this area of the chip completely clean? It may be impossible to read from it, but it shouldn't be impossible to wipe it.
Then of course, we have the issue of trying to code another "expected" serial number back in, but we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.
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