Vibrate button replacement final step
Ok at the last photo you show pulling back the vibrate button still attached to an orange cable. How is it attached? Is it plugged into the cable and I use a spudger to pry it off? My iPhone works fine except the button is broken, amiss. This will be a no caffeine operation!
as you can see on the picture - the "button" is a switch (the green one on the bottom) to fix it, you have to replace the whole headphone jack assembly
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I dug more online and learned the plastic button sits on top of the actual switch you are referring to and it is attached to the cable. So I am waiting on my iFixit order of a new button and a few tools to disassemble my phone and see if the button is gunked up, broken, dislodged. etc and hopefully won't have to replace the headphone jack assembly.