iPhone 4 Home Button Assembly

iPhone 4 Home Button Assembly

You may receive a part with the gold contacts on the opposite side of the ribbon cable. The button will still work.

$9.99

$9.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Repair a sticky or nonfunctional home button.

  • One of the most common iPhone 4 repairs: replace a nonresponsive, sticky, or jammed-in home button.
  • Replacement home button is compatible with any iPhone 4 (Verizon or AT&T).

There may be a thin protective film covering a new home button. This can be removed with a spudger or fingernail.

Home button contacts may appear to be reversed but the part works either way.

Install Video

Compatibility

iPhone 4
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
iPhone 4 Verizon
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Battery was spent. Time for a new one.

My Fix

YouTube repair video was clear and concise.

Unlike many of the complaints from other sellers, the tools ARE the appropriate ones. They fit. Removal was easy and straightforward.

The whole repair took only 10 minutes.

Thus far the new battery holds a charge an . . .

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My Problem

power level @<20%, and when switching from cellular to WiFi connection, phone shuts down

My Fix

was a breeze, took 10'

My Advice

be careful to slide out gold tabbed pressure connector after taking out two battery connector screws

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My Problem

The button was pressing itself without touching it erratically

My Fix

Thanks to the good instructions on iFixit the repair went smooth and easy.

My Advice

The button seems to be the weak part of the iPhone 4. I had to replace it after 2 years of use. It had a very similar issue: one was that it “pressed” itself al . . .

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My Problem

I was crazy about not being able to use the home button, running out of battery and not being able to sync nor properly charge my phone.

My Fix

the repair took me a while, but in the end everything went swell.

My Advice

Make sure that when replacing the home button, by the time you get to separate the screen from the . . .

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My Problem

The Home Button had become unresponsive. I was wearing down my index finger pounding away at it.

My Fix

I followed the steps in the printed guide and it went smoothly except I had to re-open the patient because I had not properly re-attached the antennae lead. With this repair and the new battery I put a fe . . .

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My Problem

Dropped phone caused front screen not to function--it still had touchscreen ability, but you could not see anything!

My Fix

Took longer than the one hour that was indicated, probably 2x that. In the end, everything is working like new!

My Advice

The repair toolkit was worth getting. Stay organized by either taping the . . .

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My Problem

I accidentally knocked over my unprotected iPhone 4 (yes, I still use the iPhone 4). It dropped about 3 feet and landed on ceramic tiles. The entire front screen was shattered. It was still responsive, but I'd just be gliding my thumb over shattered glass. Also, my home button had been unresponsive . . .

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My Problem

I fixed the home button speaker disclosure wifi antenna cellular antenna vibrator.

My Fix

Was pretty easy not to bad on time just not so steady hands Why I took awhile but got it done.

My Advice

No advice

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My Problem

The home button was unresponsive and after 6 months of AssistiveTouch, I was fed up!

My Fix

Let me first say that the repair was successful without any hiccups.

However, I was NOT prepared for the gruelling 2 hours that this repair took. This experience is a brilliant test of patience; you may discover so . . .

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My Problem

The volume button and mute switch did not work, after a fall

My Fix

I replaced the ribbon cable that linked them to the motherboard

My Advice

Bring a lamp with magnifying glass

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