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Current version by: Albertas Ensteinas ,

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I've tried everything but nothing seemed to work. Lastly I thought I'll backup my old iphone with assistive touch settings turned on and I restored the backup to the new iPhone and luckily assistive touch appeared on the screen. Not sure if it works for you, but give it a try.
 
=== Update (10/16/2018) ===
There’s few options for it. When I had the same issue with my iphone 7 plus, I made a backup with assistive touch on a different iphone and restored it. If it doesn’t work for some reason, just shut down your device and start it by holding volume down+power button, then it will by pass the home button screen.

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Original post by: Albertas Ensteinas ,

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I've tried everything but nothing seemed to work. Lastly I thought I'll backup my old iphone with assistive touch settings turned on and I restored the backup to the new iPhone and luckily assistive touch appeared on the screen. Not sure if it works for you, but give it a try.

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