SAMSUNG J710 BACK BUTTON SENSOR
Back Button: The back button is a common navigation button found on many Android smartphones, including Samsung devices. It is used to go back to the previous screen or navigate backward within apps and the device's interface.
Button Sensor: The "button sensor" refers to the electronic component or sensor that detects when the back button is pressed. This sensor is typically integrated into the phone's hardware and is responsible for registering user input when the back button is pressed.
Function: When a user presses the back button on a Samsung Galaxy J7 (J710), the button sensor detects the input and triggers the corresponding action, such as returning to the previous screen or closing an open app.
Navigation Controls: In addition to the back button, most Android smartphones have other navigation buttons, including the home button and the recent apps button, which allow users to navigate the device's interface and switch between open applications.
Repair and Replacement: If the back button sensor is not functioning correctly due to wear and tear or damage, it may need to be repaired or replaced. This typically requires disassembling the device and should be done by experienced technicians or at an authorized service center.