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How to activate assistivetouch on your ios device

If your home button ever breaks and you are not confident enough to fix it yourself then you can use AssistiveTouch. I have made is guide on my iPad, but it will work on any iOS device

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First, tap "Settings"

First, tap "Settings"

Now tap onto "General", then scroll down to find "Accessibility" and tap that too

Now tap onto "General", then scroll down to find "Accessibility" and tap that too

Almost done! Scroll down to find "AssistiveTouch" under the section named "Physical & Motor"

Almost done! Scroll down to find "AssistiveTouch" under the section named "Physical & Motor"

Tap the slider for AssistiveTouch and turn it to "ON"

Tap the slider for AssistiveTouch and turn it to "ON"

Now there will be a little black square somewhere around the edge of the screen, probably the top left corner.   Tap on that and you will see what is on the next slide

Now there will be a little black square somewhere around the edge of the screen, probably the top left corner. Tap on that and you will see what is on the next slide

This is what appears when you tap the square

Now you can tap on "Home" or "Siri" if your home button fails. This also has some other neat features under "Device", check it out!

The creator of this guide has not included tools