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iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit (IF145-348-2) EXPIRED

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Fry's has iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit (IF145-348-2) for $12.49. Store Pickup is free where stock permits. Thanks ToHellWithUGA

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location

Includes:
  • Custom iFixit Bit Driver
  • Angled Precision Tweezers
  • Spudger
  • Jimmy
  • iFixit Opening Tool
  • iFixit Opening Picks set of 6
  • Suction Handle
  • Easy-to-Open Magnetized Case
  • Lid with Built-in Sorting Tray
  • Sixteen 4 mm Precision Screwdriver Bits
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Fry's has the iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit on sale today for $12.49.

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Last Edited by ToHellWithUGA October 20, 2018 at 10:52 AM
Also available at Google Express for $10 with code FALLSAVINGS for an extra 20% off for first time users.

It's $15 to free shipping on Google Express. A good filler might be this iFixit Precision Tweezer Set - https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...30_6136318

https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...34_6136318
https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...30_6136318

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Apple is known to do things exactly like this to deter people from repairing their own devices. I believe it was a recent iOS update that disabled the home button for people using aftermarket parts. This is very common among MacBooks, iPhones, etc. Check out Louis Rossmann, he has extensive info on the stuff that Apple pulls.
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replaced an iPhone 7 screen and now the home button won't work Mad
Looks like apple disabled it by replacing with 3rd party screens.

Good luck
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got any useful fillers for free shipping?
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got any useful fillers for free shipping?
Maybe this iFixit Precision Tweezer Set? https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...30_6136318

Edit: Sorry, my original post mentioned the Google Express deal, but since it was mentioned elsewhere, SD removed that part of my post. It's $15 to free shipping on Google Express. These 2 should get you there (plus, add FALLSAVINGS for an extra 20% off. (first time users).

https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...34_6136318
https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...30_6136318
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Thanks. Picked one up. Need to replace 6S plus screen.
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Thanks. Picked one up. Need to replace 6S plus screen.
replaced an iPhone 7 screen and now the home button won't work Mad
Looks like apple disabled it by replacing with 3rd party screens.

Good luck
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Maybe this iFixit Precision Tweezer Set? https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...30_6136318 [google.com]

Edit: Sorry, my original post mentioned the Google Express deal, but since it was mentioned elsewhere, SD removed that part of my post. It's $15 to free shipping on Google Express. These 2 should get you there (plus, add FALLSAVINGS for an extra 20% off. (first time users).

https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...34_6136318 [google.com]
https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...30_6136318 [google.com]
sucks. This is sold out on google express in my area.
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replaced an iPhone 7 screen and now the home button won't work Mad
Looks like apple disabled it by replacing with 3rd party screens.

Good luck
For real, that's a bummer. I haven't researched much, just know I need tools and will be looking for a screen here soon.

Seems odd replacing a screen would disable he home button. Unless the home button was broken during the repair?

Anyhow hope you can get your to work.

And did you just purchase any cheap screen or particular one?
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replaced an iPhone 7 screen and now the home button won't work Mad
Looks like apple disabled it by replacing with 3rd party screens.

Good luck
nope i have changed more than 20 without any problem...
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Thanks. Picked one up. Need to replace 6S plus screen.
under $25 u can buy lcd screen + tools...8% ebay discount ending today
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For real, that's a bummer. I haven't researched much, just know I need tools and will be looking for a screen here soon.

Seems odd replacing a screen would disable he home button. Unless the home button was broken during the repair?

Anyhow hope you can get your to work.

And did you just purchase any cheap screen or particular one?
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nope i have changed more than 20 without any problem...
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the item is: 292676182535 on Ebay

https://www.ebay.com/itm/iPhone-7...2749.l2649

I doubt I messed it up because I took off the aftermarket screen, put back the broken one and the home button worked.
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hmmm
the item is: 292676182535 on Ebay

https://www.ebay.com/itm/iPhone-7...2749.l2649

I doubt I messed it up because I took off the aftermarket screen, put back the broken one and the home button worked.
could b the new screen...take apart again and check home button connector...disable homebutton and then enable it or reset the phone..
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If its not sold out for you, Best Buy will price match and ship
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hmmm
the item is: 292676182535 on Ebay

https://www.ebay.com/itm/iPhone-7...2749.l2649 [ebay.com]

I doubt I messed it up because I took off the aftermarket screen, put back the broken one and the home button worked.
Apple is known to do things exactly like this to deter people from repairing their own devices. I believe it was a recent iOS update that disabled the home button for people using aftermarket parts. This is very common among MacBooks, iPhones, etc. Check out Louis Rossmann, he has extensive info on the stuff that Apple pulls.
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