Maybe he got the wrong version like xsenman said ???
Originally Posted by eXtremeDevil
So my uncle was flashing stuff into his phone (GT-i9100) as he does from time to time, and suddenly the back button stopped working.
He continued to flash things in order to fix it. He actually did it but as soon as the back button was fixed the home button "broke", apparently caused by something similar. I guess it's not a hardware problem.
He gave the phone to me in case I could come up with a solution.
I have already flashed all the stock stuff (2.3.5) with Odin, but the home button remains dead. Even in recovery mode and all that (I can't even put the device in download mode with the famous combination, I had to do it with ADB).
So the question is, is the home button recoverable? If it is, how?? If not, can someone explain to me how did it died??
Thanks a lot.
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