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iPhone 5S更换home键组件的必备指南。

请注意,只有手机的原来的home键组件将能够使用Touch ID功能。 安装一个新的home键将仅恢复普通home键的功能,而不是Touch ID功能。

  1. 拧下固定home键的菲利普斯 #000螺丝。 螺丝由一个弹片触点固定在home键下。在重新安装的过程中,确保触点是正确的方向——螺丝靠近LCD屏幕。
    • 拧下固定home键的菲利普斯 #000螺丝。

    • 螺丝由一个弹片触点固定在home键下。在重新安装的过程中,确保触点是正确的方向——螺丝靠近LCD屏幕。

    • 如果你的零件没有这个弹簧触点,你需要把它们转移到新的电线上。

    The tiny "captive spring" came off of the back of the screw and I struggled to get it to go back on. I ended up placing the spring over the hole where the screw goes in, with the holes lined up then putting the screw through both.

    Also, the replacement screen I received from ifixit.com was slightly different than the original. The small metal tab where this screw goes in was not slightly bent downward like the original. It didnt make any difference. The screw went back in as normal.

    Nathan - 回复

    Hi,

    The home button doesn't work ?

    Help

    Sultan - 回复

    BE CAREFUL HERE.

    This so called 'captive' screw is not very captive at all and I have nearly lost it twice now.

    If it does fall out, look closely at the pictures to figure out the orientation of the grounding finger.

    Ben - 回复

    Two things - As mentioned, the replacement screen is a bit different. Mine had a screw where an empty hole should have been for the "captive screw".. a bit confusing at first. Just remove it and carry on.

    Second, if you're an occasional nunce like me, you might be confused by the little tab/prong/raised guy next to the screw. After you've screwed the "captive screw" in, that thing should be hovering above it/the metal plate of the screen, and should look just like the removal picture.

    easleyjs - 回复

    Out of curiosity, what happens if the "spring contact backing" is not in the correct orientation?

    I re-assembled my phone without paying any attention to this, and it seems to work OK... maybe I coincidentally got it right without trying. What would happen if the contact was facing the wrong way?

    wilsonmichaelpatrick - 回复

    Hi Help !!! The home buton doesn't work anymore !

    Chris91177 - 回复

    what if you lose the spring contact. does the phone work without it? if not, where can I find a spring contact?

    Andreas Kouroupis - 回复

    I have this same problem. I lost mine but found the screw where can I order one from?

    kristlewomack -

    I also have this problem, do any home buttons come with this piece?

    viarengo1 -

    Hello. I lost the little 'spring clip'. My phone is working erratically. Could that be anything to do with the cip not being in place? Thanks

    ggough60 - 回复

    I am pretty sure I had replaced the captive spring wrong (didn't see the second image until I have completed the project). But the phone seems to have a perfectly working home button now.

    Alan Kang - 回复

    This screw/spring combo fell off right before reassembling. Good luck and found the screw again. So my advice: Put a tape around the screw/spring or dismount them from the cable and put them in a safe place. The spare screw delivered with the display was too short.

    Tom Vee - 回复

    I thought I lost the spring contact, but it actually just got rotated under the section of cable that the captive screw is attached to. The spring contact should be "captive" at the same place the screw is so it should'nt get lost too easily.

    Anand Varma - 回复

    On the phone I worked on, the screw wouldn’t separate from the “captive spring.” LEAVE IT! It’s more trouble than it’s worth to remove it, Just reuse the screw it will make the re-install on the new screw much easier. Also use the tweezers to hold the spring in the correct orientation as you screw it back on.

    Benjamin Finley - 回复

    During reassembly, I wasn’t sure wether the spring contact backing was beneath or above the cable. It is hard to see in the 2nd image in step 23.

    But in step 24 the 2nd image shows that the spring contact backing is right under the cable.

    So the spring contact backing goes first, then the cable and then of course the screw.

    Wolfgang Bauer - 回复

    For the life of me, I cannot get this screw out. I have been using the same screw driver and nothing has been working.

    Warren Binder - 回复

    I think there is one step missing here which shows a picture with the correct position of the ‘spring contact backing’. Consider the part which has a hole in the middle: the flat part is sided to top, making the round part sided to bottom. This is a clear picture of the ‘spring contact backing’: http://www.icellulartech.com/iphone-5s-h... (if the link is broken by the time you see it, type the name in Google).

    Andre Silva - 回复

    I had a problem when reassembling, I removed this little screw and the spring contact from my original screen to put them in the new one, but the new one had already its own screw, soI just removed it and tried to put the screw from my original screen into the new one but it didn’t work, and the worst thing of all is that I lost the screw that came with the new screen and that’s the only one that works.

    Elías Eduardo Reyes Vázquez - 回复

    May seem silly to say this…. however it might prevent some confusion for others.

    my replacement screen had a screw that needed to be removed in order for the captive screw and home button cable to be secured.

    Dean Allan Land - 回复

    When I unscrewed it, the spring contact part moved too & the little prong rotated under the cable. I thought (mistakenly) that this was its intended position. The screw also came loose, which made reassembly difficult until I saw that 2nd photo above and realized what the orientation was supposed to be.

    The order is screw -> cable hole -> spring contact -> screw hole.

    The rounded edge of the spring contact should face the bottom of the phone to match up with the hole’s rounded edge. The perpendicular ‘lip’ should sit flush against the metal plate. The prong should stick up toward where the screen will be. Really, there’s only 1 possible way to put it on correctly, but without seeing the correct orientation first, or if the screw detaches from the cable, it’s kind of a pain to get them back together.

    seijihuzz01 - 回复

    With my phone I needed to use a PH0000 screwdriver. The provided PH000 (and my own from another screwdriver set) was too large. Indeed, every Phillips head screw in my phone needed the PH0000 and not the PH000 driver.

    rhowehmd - 回复

    It is MUCH EASIER if you leave the screw ATTACHED TO THE CABLE. Just gently unscrew until you are able to detach the cable. The screw will stay attached to the cable unless you pull it out, which will help a lot in reassembly. Just make sure, as you handle the cable in the next steps, that the screw doesn’t fall off!

    Athanasius Pernath - 回复

    Hello my home button only works sometimes, touch id works perfectly.

    Can you give me some hint, I already opened it to see if everything seemed okay, and it does. But it doesn’t work.

    I wonder were does the cable or contact of the home button are connected to. How does it work?

    (usually to be able to fix smt you need to know how it should be working)

    thanks for advices

    qiplayer - 回复

    CAPTIVE SCREW “SPRING” POSITIONING:

    1) Line up the round part with the bracket on the back of the screen.

    2) (On my SE model, at least) there’s a small lip that sits on the -left- side of the bracket.

    3) With the screen laying flat, the display facing your work mat, the “spring”/little raised lever should point up towards you.

    Order from bottom (closest to desk) to top (closest to you):

    screen bracket > spring > home button cable > screw.

    This was the hardest part of the repair for myself, using only the tools from the SE screen repair bundle.

    Good luck!

    Jordon B - 回复

    My home button sticks up ‘proud’ of the glass which leaves a sharp edge on the outside rim of the button. Is there a fix for this?

    Robert Stroud - 回复

  2. 把Home排线往后折,不要挡到挡板铁片。 把Home排线往后折,不要挡到挡板铁片。
    • 把Home排线往后折,不要挡到挡板铁片。

    Aiuto, ho sostituito il touch screen e non mi funziona più il riconoscimento dell’impronta digitale (touch id). Chi può aiutarmi. Grazie

    Orazio Coccia - 回复

  3. 从home键支架拧下两颗1.4mm菲利普斯#000 螺丝。
    • 从home键支架拧下两颗1.4mm菲利普斯#000 螺丝。

    Screws are stuck...! no way that I can unscrew them :-(

    Sumit Bhatnagar - 回复

    I had this issue, screws were so tight my screwdriver was starting to strip them. I managed to get one side off by applying massive pressure. I then wiggled the plate around to loosen the other side.

    mrnoxious -

    Hi every body! I would know much pressure the iphone 5s 's lcd can resist approximately !!? Have you ever stand on it?this happend for me , and in some positions under the direct sun light when the screen is ON , it seems that there is some pits on lcd ! ;-( please help ! If you had the same case! Help Thank You***

    Bryan - 回复

    I could not get a phillips #000 to release these, but a phillips #00 did the trick perfectly. South African version of the phone, if that makes a difference.

    Andrew - 回复

    these are the tightest screws I've ever seen in my life. Tried applying massive pressure and just stripped the screws. Not sure what to do now

    Bob Mcroy - 回复

    Use the #00 Philips on these screws

    leeprobert - 回复

    Went and bought a #00 when the #000 didnt work. Still no luck. About to lose my mind with frustration.

    Mike Manning - 回复

    I could not get the 000 or the 00 to work, therefore I tried a #1 flat head from the kit and it worked like a charm.

    Sean O'Donohoe - 回复

    Sometimes just switching to another screwdriver might help. I noticed that the screwdrivers you often get with displays assemblies are just crap. Invest in a good one.

    Didier Daniel - 回复

    I was successful by using a 1.5 Phillips screwdriver head from a Stronger toolkit TK-LA40-38PCS

    Elaine Palmer - 回复

    Glad I’m not the only one I guess. Using insane pressure for such small parts I was able to get the one not originally covered by the cable out. Then the trick of wiggling the bracket loosened the other one which was somewhat stripped by my earlier attempts with 00 and 000 Phillips. What a scare

    Bill Pennock - 回复

    I had success using the J000 screw from the iFixit Pro kit

    Kalin Fetvadjiev - 回复

    Both of the screws have blue loc-tite on them. Best to make sure you have the right screw driver for the job. Also, if you have the “iopener”, you can apply a little “heat”. That will loosen up the loc-tite.

    Dean Allan Land - 回复

    these screws are impossible to get out…

    Cameron Bell - 回复

    With my phone I needed to use a PH0000 screwdriver. The provided PH000 (and my own from another screwdriver set) was too large. Indeed, every Phillips head screw in my phone needed the PH0000 and not the PH000 driver.

    rhowehmd - 回复

  4. 从显示屏组件取下Home键挡板铁片。
    • 从显示屏组件取下Home键挡板铁片。

    For those having problems transferring their home button to the new display assembly: When installing the home button into the new display assembly I had the problem that the bracket kept the button "pressed down" because the button did not sink into the front panel completely. After removing the home button and reassuring that there was no dust or similar particles preventing the home button from sitting correctly, I still had to push gently to get the home button into the correct position.

    larscmueller - 回复

  5. 把塑料小撬棒的一端插入Home排线组件之下。 home键有少许的粘合剂。
    • 把塑料小撬棒的一端插入Home排线组件之下。

    • home键有少许的粘合剂。

    • 温柔地把小撬棒插入缆线之下,从前面板组件分离home键。

    • 现在还不要移除home键,因为它现在还和前面板连在一起。

    It can be easier to come in from the other way than shown in the image, near the home button.

    Calion - 回复

    I confirm, for me it was way easier from the home button. But you must be careful as it’s easy to pull the cable more strongly from that side (more effective, but less control)

    Athanasius Pernath -

    I think this is easier to do with the blue ifixit opening tool (this guy: iFixit Opening Tool) than the spludger. It gets underneath the cable more easily.

    Jonathan Stucklen - 回复

  6. 如有必要,移除home键上的胶带,之前你粘在前面板上防止碎裂的胶带。 温柔地推动home键的左上角,把它推离前面板。
    • 如有必要,移除home键上的胶带,之前你粘在前面板上防止碎裂的胶带。

    • 温柔地推动home键的左上角,把它推离前面板。

    • 现在还不要急着把home键全部取下——你只需要取下一个角,然后你可以使用一个小撬棒来撬动。

    • Home键旁边的橡胶圈非常的薄,如果你觉得取下有困难的话,请稍微加热后再尝试。

  7. 尝试从整个显示屏取下home键和home排线的时候可以借助塑料撬棒。 尝试从整个显示屏取下home键和home排线的时候可以借助塑料撬棒。
    • 尝试从整个显示屏取下home键和home排线的时候可以借助塑料撬棒。

    DO NOT skip this step, or you will damage the very gentle rubber hold around the home button, and that may result in a broken home button.

    Addison Rasmussen - 回复

  8. 把home键和home排线整个从前面板上取下来。
    • 把home键和home排线整个从前面板上取下来。

    Take a moment to clean any crud from the perimeter of the home button itself BEFORE reinstalling…

    finnik2d - 回复

    Take a moment to clean off any crud from around the perimeter ring of the home button. Use a sewing needle for its sharpness to CAREFULLY pick away any debris. Makes a clean assembly for when re-assembling the button back into a new display module.

    finnik2d - 回复

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Unfortunately this will never work, the sensor is paired to the logic board. If you want to replace the defective tactile switch, remove all the plastic/rubber parts on the flex cable and resolder a new switch or disassemble the switch and clean/replace the metal dome switch. If you want to repair fingerprint function, just give up.

Tom Chai - 回复

I purchased a full iphone 5S home button replacement assembly (comes with the home button attached to the flex cable) And now the fingerprint function does not show up at all. Where it's supposed to show in settings as "Touch ID and Passcode" It only says passcode. Restored as new to 7.1, still doing the same thing.. Anybody have ideas?

Casey - 回复

Only the home button that came with the phone has Touch ID function. In order to replace it and still have Touch ID, you would need to get it replaced at an Apple Store.

p3rs0nn -

I think you can easily break the Touch ID sensor

nguyenquanganh38 - 回复

Hey I changed my screen but now the home button doesnt work properly, it does work but it doesnt make the usual clicking sound and only works with a firm press, although the fingerprint does still work so not sure what the issue is.. any ideas?

Luke Earp - 回复

I bought the home button assembly replacement (the part without the button), but there are no steps regarding the separation of the button plate from the old flex assembly. Can you please give some advice?

Thank you.

Lorenzo - 回复

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