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Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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iPhone 6, why won't turn on after home button replacement

Today i replaced the home button and cable on an iPhone 6 actually the problem was home button was unresponsive only. Now fitting the new cable to the phone i found i couldn't get the phone to turn on and only disconnecting and reconnecting the battery after refitting the original cable got the phone is still unresponsive.

I run out of ideas, any suggestions from you wise people?

thanks in advance

rahul

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Any one, can you please give me a full schematic diagram of my i phone 6

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You cannot replace the home button on the iPhone 6. Restoring will lead the phone being completely useless.

If you still have the old home button, reinstall it. Try replacing the extension cable that goes behind the metal backplate instead.

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Thanks for replay jake I replaced the old home button and cable Still same problem unresponsive now its fully dead I din't try restore via itune

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Did you detach the battery connector before repairing?

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I don't detach the battery connector before repairing

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Well if the phone turned on during the repair, connecting connectors would short the components themselves. You might have shorted your home button or a components on the phone itself.

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jack, can you please give me a full schematic diagram of i phone 6

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Rahul,

Did you connect your iPhone to iTunes? If so, you may have triggered Error 53.

You can learn more here: http://ifixit.org/blog/7889/whats-up-wit...

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Only if he restored it through iTunes.

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I din't try restore via i Tunes .

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You can replace the iphone 6 home button and cable without it being a problem( Its possible to replace the 6s also but if you replace the button you lose fingerprint control)

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