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現在のバージョン作成者: Rany ,

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Definitely underneath the antenna cable, north of the power connector. This is where the most damage usually happens that directly affects home button and power button functions.
 
But I once pried off a small component off the board, "southEast" of the battery connector, right next to the metal shield on an iPhone 5S that caused the home button to act as if "always pressed." Solved once I soldered it back in place. Since the 2 iPhones are similar, I assume there "could" be components around the power connector and lightning dock connector that if damaged or missing, may affect the home button function. So take a look there too.
But I once pried off a small component off the board, "southEast" of the battery connector, right next to the metal shield on an iPhone 5S that caused the home button to act as if "always pressed." Solved once I soldered it back in place. Since the 2 iPhones are similar, I assume there "could" be components around the power connector and lightning dock connector that if damaged or missing, may affect the home button function. So take a look there too.

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オリジナル投稿者: Rany ,

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Definitely underneath the antenna cable, north of the power connector. This is where the most damage usually happens that directly affects home button and power button functions.

But I once pried off a small component off the board, "south" of the battery connector, right next to the metal shield on an iPhone 5S that caused the home button to act as if "always pressed." Solved once I soldered it back in place. Since the 2 iPhones are similar, I assume there "could" be components around the power connector and lightning dock connector that if damaged or missing, may affect the home button function. So take a look there too.

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