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I think it would be safer to go ahead and file a warranty exchange, get a working device, then JUMP! if that's what you're aiming to do. Have you reached out to T-Mobile for any troubleshooting?
I completely agree with magentatechie -- a warranty replacement before completing a JOD is best. You can also visit a T-Mobile store to see if they will just complete the JOD in-store knowing the home button isn't working properly. As previously asked, have you worked with us on any type of troubleshooting yet? I'm assuming the basic restart your device option didn't help.