On the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 4, people are constantly having problems with their HomeButton. With time, the HomeButton gradually start to not respond and in some cases, stopped working entirely.

Some of your iDevices had an unfortunate life and dropped into the toilet bowl or any other mishap and started to have problems with the LockButton, HomeButton, MuteButton, Volume Buttons and even the shaking mechanism in your iDevice. These are rare but possible problems.

In this guide, I will teach you how to have a virtual button that can mimic the actions you want to perform. I personally think it’s made for people who couldn’t exert too much strength and only able to rely on TouchScreen to use. But it’s proven to be much more useful then that function. Okay, without further ado, I will now teach you how to use it.

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Being East Coast–based, I wasn’t able to attend this year’s Google I/O event(s goog), but our team was on-site to cover all the news. And there was no lack of it, either: I’m still processing the many moving parts that make up Google’s mobile strategy. While I ponder, Google sent me a few review units of the new devices, and the Nexus 7 tablet was the first I looked at. Make no mistake, this tablet is aimed squarely at low-cost consumption slates, such as Amazon’s Kindle Fire(s amzn) and the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet(s bks).

That may sound obvious based on the price: Google is selling the Nexus 7 in an 8 GB model for $199, while $50 doubles the capacity. However, if you had any doubts on the audience Google is targeting with the Nexus 7, they will disappear as soon you turn on the device for…

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