Swipe the screen to the left to get to the All tab. Scroll down until you locate the currently running home screen. Scroll down until you see the Clear Defaults button (Figure A).
To do this, follow these steps:
- Tap the home button.
- Select the home screen you want to use.
- Tap Always (Figure B).
Your iPhone may just need Calibrating and Restoring! This is the most common problem with the home button lagging and can be caused by a software flaw or just because your phone needs a reset. … Before restoring your device and upgrading the iOS software, make sure all data is backed up to either iCloud or iTunes.
Choose how to get around
- Open your phone’s Settings app.
- Go to System Gestures. System navigation. If you can’t find System navigation, go to the steps for older Android versions. …
- Choose an option: Gesture navigation: No buttons. 2-button navigation: Two buttons for Home and Back.
If the original home button is damaged, installing a different OEM home button will allow the device to fully boot; however, it will take approximately 5 minutes to do so and the home button and touch id function will not work. During a repair, damage to the home button may occur.
Home button repair falls under Apple’s “other damage” repair pricing category, which costs a flat fee of $99 under AppleCare. If your phone is out of warranty, here are some of the average prices you can expect to pay to repair a Home button: iPhone 8 Plus: $399. iPhone 8: $349.
Why Assistive Touch is not working?
If it does not solve the issue take your device to the Apple Store. If AssistiveTouch is turning off unexpectedly, this may be caused by accidentally using the Accessibility Shortcut, which can be configured to enable / disable the feature by triple-clicking the Home button.
I used a cotton ball with a dab of rubbing alcohol and pressed on my home button with a circular motion. I was told that the rubbing alcohol dries up the water, therefore contributing to my thoughts of clearing up any leftover water damage. After this, I have chosen to put it in rice for another day.