Do you have trouble with your phone’s power and volume buttons? Is there a problem with the side button? When did the power and volume buttons stop working? Learn how to patch the Samsung Galaxy S7’s unresponsive power and volume keys with this guide. This replacement tutorial will teach you how to replace it on your own.
Is there something on the motherboard that might be causing the volume buttons to stop working? After replacing the screen on a customer’s phone, the volume buttons stopped working. I tried removing the flex on the volume button, but it didn’t work. They changed the program but haven’t yet attempted a factory reset.
1) Keep in mind that the back cover is made of glass, making it very fragile when prying open or removing it. Mine broke, so I’ll have to get a new one. For those who aren’t aware, some additional advice (perhaps additional/continuous heat to loosen the glue??) or caution is needed.
2) I just removed the screws, the antenna, and the NFC module because I was just removing the Volume Buttons. Then I could unplug and replace the volume switch. As seen, without removing anything else. Of course, if you’re doing the power button as well, you’ll have to keep working.
Samsung galaxy s7: how to enable on screen home key
You must first turn off your Galaxy S7 for obvious safety reasons before continuing to replace the home button.
To do so, press and hold the off button for a few seconds, then select “turn off” to confirm.
Start softening the glue on the back panel with a heat gun.
The rear glass panel is slightly bent and tightly fastened. If you’re going to use a hairdryer, focus on the corners of the glass. If you don’t think it’s come unstuck, don’t be afraid to restart. Raise the glass just enough with the suction cup to insert an opening pick between the frame and the back plate. Then, using the opening select, move it across the entire screen.
To ensure that the back panel is fully unstuck and can be lifted, slide the opening pick around it.
Then begin to raise the panel.
If the back panel still won’t come off easily, heat it up again.
To soften the glue between the projector and the screen frame, use a hair dryer.
Don’t be afraid to heat the whole surface for at least 5 minutes.
Then, to unfix the frame, put the nylon spudger underneath it.
Rep this process all the way down the bottom of the picture.
If you’re one of the fortunate few who has a Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, you might have found that you can’t schedule the capacitive buttons on the phone automatically. Since I modified the TouchWiz interface, you can’t enable or deactivate the capacitive buttons on the Samsung Galaxy S7, but there is a way to do it.
It’s up to you why you want to change the action of your Galaxy S7’s capacitive buttons, but you should be aware that until now, Samsung was able to do so directly from the settings, but with the release of the Samsung Galaxy S6, this setting has vanished and is now operated automatically by the device.
To gain power, simply download Galaxy Button Lights, a free app that also works on the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, and Samsung Galaxy Note 5. I previously discussed how to disable the capacitive buttons on the Samsung Galaxy S6.
There are three settings in this application: one that allows you to change the time that the lights are on, another that allows us to turn them on or off, and finally a button to save the settings.
Next to the Home Button sensor keys, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has left and right buttons that are used for menu and back functions. If you discover that they do not work on your Samsung Galaxy S7 and you are unable to use the device properly, please test them to see if there is a hardware fault.
If all works fine in the Service menu but not in the Android interface, you’ll need to wipe the cache partition. The following instructions can be followed to accomplish this quickly and without deleting any data:
Manuel has worked in technology for over 15 years, specializing in cell phones, laptops, and computer systems, and he expresses his enthusiasm in this blog. He is particularly pleased when he can assist someone with a technical issue.