Android Phone Buttons
お持ちの Android Phone モデルを選択:
Google Pixel Power Button Board
Replace a broken or malfunctioning power button board in your Google Pixel smartphone.
Galaxy S7 Home Button and Cable Assembly
Replace the cable, internal switch, and home button face in a Samsung Galaxy S7.
Galaxy S7 Power & Volume Button Covers
Replace the three external button covers for the power and volume functions. The internal button switches and cables are not included.
Galaxy S8/S8+ Volume Control Cable
Replace the volume button internal switches, flex cable, and contacts for a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+.
Nexus 5 Internal Button Switch
Replace one of three internal button switches (for power and volume) on the motherboard of a Nexus 5. This part requires micro soldering.
Galaxy S III Power Button
Replace your broken Samsung Galaxy S III power button cover. This part does not include the internal button ribbon cables. If your button stopped working, is sticky, stuc...
Galaxy S5 Home Button and Cable Assembly
Replace the cable, internal switch, and home button face for a Samsung Galaxy S5 and fix an unresponsive home button.
Galaxy S5 Power and Volume Buttons
Replace a scratched or missing external power or volume button cover for a Samsung Galaxy S5. The internal switches and their cables are not included.
Galaxy S6 Home Button and Cable Assembly
Replace the cable, internal switch, and home button face in a Samsung Galaxy S6.
Galaxy S7 Edge Power & Volume Button Covers
Replace the three external button covers on your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with this part and fix malfunctioning power and volume functions.
Android is a Linux-based, open source operating system for mobile devices created by Android Inc., now owned by Google. Today, many different companies use Android for their mobile device product lines including Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and many others.
The first Android phone was the HTC Dream released in October of 2008. Since then Android devices, including tablets and phones, have become popular all across the world. As of May 2013, a total of 900 million Android devices had been activated and 48 billion apps had been installed from the Google Play store. It's currently the most widely used smartphone OS.