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There's a very high likelihood that that the two are related. The TouchID/Home Button/Flex Link may have been damaged when the battery was replaced just before you bought it. To boot, whoever replaced the battery the first time appears to have used a cheap replacement battery.
 
To troubleshoot, I would turn on Assistive Touch (Settings/General/Accessibility/Assistive Touch) so that you can navigate your phone without a home button. Then I would open it up, using this [guide|55764|guide], to do a good visual inspection of the Home button, the thin flex connector coming out of the button as well as the flex extension/link that goes beneath the backlight (check out this [product|IF314-039|picture] as a reference). Finally, inspect the connectors where the screen assembly connects to the logic board, specifically the one highlighted in Step 20 of the linked guide.
 
If everything looks good, then disconnect only the Home Button to see if the battery drain issue is resolved. If the Home Button is the issue, you can replace it but you will lose TouchID functionality. Unfortunately, it sounds like you were sold a defective device.
If everything looks good, then disconnect only the Home Button to see if the battery drain issue is resolved. If the Home Button is the issue, you can replace it but you will lose TouchID functionality. Unfortunately, it sounds like you were sold a defective device.

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There's a very high likelihood that that the two are related. The TouchID/Home Button/Flex Link may have been damaged when the battery was replaced just before you bought it. To boot, whoever replaced the battery the first time probablyappears to have used a cheap replacement battery.
There's a very high likelihood that that the two are related. The TouchID/Home Button/Flex Link may have been damaged when the battery was replaced just before you bought it. To boot, whoever replaced the battery the first time probablyappears to have used a cheap replacement battery.
 
To troubleshoot, I would turn on Assistive Touch (Settings/General/Accessibility/Assistive Touch) so that you can navigate your phone without a home button. Then I would open it up, using this [guide|55764|guide], to do a good visual inspection of the Home button, the thin flex connector coming out of the button as well as the flex extension/link that goes beneath the backlight (check out this [product|IF314-039|picture] as a reference). Finally, inspect the connectors where the screen assembly connects to the logic board, specifically the one highlighted in Step 20 of the linked guide.
 
If everything looks good, then disconnect only the Home Button to see if the battery drain issue is resolved.

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Оригинальный сообщение: Minho ,

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There's a very high likelihood that that the two are related. The TouchID/Home Button/Flex Link may have been damaged when the battery was replaced just before you bought it. To boot, whoever replaced the battery the first time probably used a cheap replacement battery.

To troubleshoot, I would turn on Assistive Touch (Settings/General/Accessibility/Assistive Touch) so that you can navigate your phone without a home button. Then I would open it up, using this [guide|55764|guide], to do a good visual inspection of the Home button, the thin flex connector coming out of the button as well as the flex extension/link that goes beneath the backlight (check out this [product|IF314-039|picture] as a reference). Finally, inspect the connectors where the screen assembly connects to the logic board, specifically the one highlighted in Step 20 of the linked guide.

If everything looks good, then disconnect only the Home Button to see if the battery drain issue is resolved.

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