A fix for the common iPhone issue of a difficult-to-press or unresponsive home button. This is not the power-button-unlock fix; this does require some VERY BASIC disassembly of your iPhone. Note that this is only A fix. I tried doing this because no other method (such as blowing out the dock port) worked, and I didn't want to go through the hassle of removing the digitizer to replace the button. As it turned out the button was in decent shape, as this phone had almost always been used with a case. If your home button is stuck, this may be all you'll need to do to it, instead of having to remove the glass, buy the button, and then replace it, when even THAT may not fix your problem. I disclaim all responsibility if you destroy your phone or otherwise render it inoperable.
Question by tank: opening a Phone repair store inventory?
i would like to open a phone repair store. ive been searching and searching for a list of inventory i would need and the cost of iinventory? i also would like to know how much a phone repair store makes on average. if some one could help me answer these questions it would be appreciated. thanks
Answer by kemperk
do market research
write a biz plan
read 2-3 books on entrepreneurship/small biz
find your passion
you are already ready to solve customer's problems, so--almost there!
contact each phone supplier--see if they will give you a REPAIR site franchise.
can guide further
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