iPhone 4 and 4S Power and Lock Button

 
 
 
 

iPhone 4 and 4S Power and Lock Button

$4.95

$4.95

Product Details

Features

Features

Feel the power of your iPhone 4 or 4S.

  • Replacement part for the power/lock button.
  • External button used to turn on, turn off, and lock the iPhone.

PLEASE NOTE: This is the physical button only and not the switch on the iPhone's power sensor cable. That part can be found here for the GSM (AT&T), here for the CDMA (Verizon), and here for the iPhone 4S.

Typically, users who report problems with the power button have a faulty Power and Sensor Cable. The physical button is usually only replaced if warped or if the loop on the back side breaks off during repair.

 

Install Video

 

Compatibility

iPhone 4
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
iPhone 4 Verizon
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
iPhone 4S
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB

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Repair Stories

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My Problem

My mother has had a "stuck" power button for as long as anybody in my family can remember. No amount of Herculean smashing of the power button would make it work reliably. The Apple Store enabled the AssistiveTouch feature, which seemed to me like they covered up the actual problem by slapping on so . . .

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My Problem

My friend was offered $38 for his iPhone 4S because the (+) volume button and the power button were broken. After $50 in parts/tools, he received $220 for the fixed phone. In addition, I switched from Verizon to T-Mobile three months ago with my unlocked CDMA iPhone 5, originally purchased outright . . .

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My Problem

The power/lock button stopped working and also the phone was barely able to stay alive for 15 minutes.

My Fix

I followed the repair guide and by and large the repair went very well. I skipped steps 20 and 21 as it is not necessary to remove the front facing camera for this repair. When I got to the power/ . . .

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My Problem

I dropped my phone off a 28' ladder. The screen shattered, the dock connector barely worked, and the power button would't work at all.

My Fix

The repair was straightforward once I found the correct guide

My Advice

I strongly recommend using the "Display Assembly" guide rather then the "Display & Touchscreen, Home Butt . . .

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My Problem

Power/lock button stuck

My Fix

The repair went smoothly even for a novice like me. Major advice is to be patient. If it is the first time you are opening your phone, beware that the rear panel might be a bit stuck and may not slide easily. The whole process took me about 40 min and I'd just reinforce that i . . .

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My Problem

The power button in the iPhone 4S wasn't working and the earpiece speaker when I stopped working

My Fix

both repairs failed. The button itself wasn't the issue it was the part that pushed up against it and the speaker didn't work out either. The button itself is just a hard piece of metal no issue with it . . .

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My Problem

Cracked panels, front and back. Bad ear piece speaker, bad power button

My Fix

The repairs went extremely easy considering I have never repaired any type of phone. I purchased an IFIXIT tool kit from Radio Shack. That is how I found you guys. My parts came in on time and repairs took place. One phone I had . . .

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My Problem

Nothing was fixed. I wanted to use the external shell of an iPhone to display a piece of artwork that I had created on my (working) iPhone.

My Fix

Great.

My Advice

Make sure you clean the front and the back of the glass before gluing it in place. This is true of every frame job, but with such a small area it's extreme . . .

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