Current version by Jarrett Lauderdale,
|I didn't see anything like that either. Just the black piece that the button area of the ribbon cable adheres to and that's it.|
|== Update ==|
| I know this has been dormant for a while but I'll give my solution in case it's useful to anyone. My fix for this involves a razor blade and no new parts other thatn the new OEM housing that got you into this mess. The reason this happens is that OEM housings are typically all molded after the originals in white plastic. Then to get the desired color, they pain the housing (which you likely know if you own an aftermarket housing. That thin layer of paint around the edge of the hole that the on/off button goes into along with the camera lens hole and headphone jack hole is giving just a tiny amount of friction between the button going up and down. What I did was get a razor blade (Xacto knife will work too) and just slightly trimmed that layer of paint away from the inner rim. For the camera lens hole and the headphone jack hole I bought this tool at Harbor Freight (http://www.har|
Original post by Jarrett Lauderdale,
I didn't see anything like that either. Just the black piece that the button area of the ribbon cable adheres to and that's it.