Now the touch ID does not work any more. The button itself is working just fine. I know for a fact that the home button can not be replaced because then touc. To resolve this problem , we offer tips in the post.
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It seems like you updated to iOS 11. I would recommend you read this article and use it to help troubleshoot the issue. Make sure that your fingers and the Home button are clean and dry. Here are tips to resolve the problem. Scrape the coating off the wire on the ribbon cable with knife.
Apply some BGA paste flux and solder the tins with soldering station. Does anyone meet the same problem ? With the recent upgrade to the new IOS , it seems to have stopped working.
I double-checked that it is turned on. Touch ID has always worked in the past. Apple says fingerprint information is stored locally in a secure enclave on the Apple Aand later chips, not in the clou a design choice intended to make it very difficult for users to . If so, it is advised to . Works perfectly fine and have great battery life If u see the add to available. But with the screen, you can change it multiple times and the touc. Some suppliers only test the LCD display and digitizer touch function, they never test the 3D or Fingerprint sensor touch ID function.
I read a lot of rumors in the internet. People keep telling that its hopeless and only Apple could fix this. In fact theres so much disinformation that I decided to write here in the hope to reach more frustrated users. Further there is common . The big question with TouchID was whether or not Apple could implement a design that would resist attacks using lifted fingerprints, or whether they would join the long line. This has nothing to do with iOS and . They replace the screen but after the replacement the TouchID stopped working.
I am having a problem with my touch ID. I like to listen to music when I take a shower so it probably broke because of that.
Do you think water broke the censor? Even though a hard reset is not a practical solution for fixing this issue, it seems to be the only option for now. I have an outer box case on it.
What makes this issue complicated is that it seems to be hardware-related.