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Realistically, no it is not possible.
 
You are unfortunate that the tear is so close to the actual button. In theory, if you could re-establish the connections that were severed . In reality, there are 6-8 connections on a flexible mylar strip only a few millimeters widewide and you have very little flex to work with.
You are unfortunate that the tear is so close to the actual button. In theory, if you could re-establish the connections that were severed . In reality, there are 6-8 connections on a flexible mylar strip only a few millimeters widewide and you have very little flex to work with.
 
This would be a super challenging task for a very experienced micro-solderer. If data recovery is not an issue, it will be less expensive to buy a new iPhone 5S than fix it. This is clearly not a DIY repair.
This would be a super challenging task for a very experienced micro-solderer. If data recovery is not an issue, it will be less expensive to buy a new iPhone 5S than fix it. This is clearly not a DIY repair.

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Оригинальный сообщение: Minho ,

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Realistically, no it is not possible.

You are unfortunate that the tear is close to the actual button.  In theory, if you could re-establish the connections that were severed . In reality, there are 6-8 connections on a flexible mylar strip only a few millimeters wide.

This would be a super challenging task for a very experienced micro-solderer. If data recovery is not an issue, it will be less expensive to buy a new iPhone 5S than fix it. This is clearly not a DIY repair.

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