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My advice is to put back your old screen, connect all the cables and put back all the screws (in their exact original respective spots), wipe your fingerprints, and take it to an Apple Store to have the screen replaced. In the process, they also replace the Touch ID button and cable since they replace the whole assembly.
 
They won't touch it if you take it with the new copy screen installed.
 
This is your best bet at this point, in case you damaged the button assembly or the connecting cable. And if your iPhone doesn't work with the assembly they provided, you'll know something was damaged on the logic board itself. At this point, they can offer to replace the whole phone for circa 1/2 the cost of the original one. Or you can choose to refuse the repair.
 
If you don't want to go this way, you need a new screen assembly and a new Touch ID interconnect cable to test your phone and zero in on what's wrong, such as:
 
- Screen assembly was defective or damaged during installation;
 
- Home button itself was damaged;
 
- Home button interconnect cable was damaged;
 
- Connectors on the board were damaged;
 
- Connectors need reseating;
 
- Some combination of the above OR all of the above.

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Отредактировано: Rany ,

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My advice is to put back your old screen, connect all the cables and put back all the screws (in their exact original respective spots), wipe your fingerprints, and take it to an Apple Store to have the screen replaced. In the process, they also replace the Touch ID button and cable since they replace the whole assembly.
They won't touch it if you take it with the new copy screen installed.
 
ThisThey won't touch it if you take it with the new copy screen installed.

This
is your beatbest bet at this point, in case you damaged the button assembly or the connecting cable. And if your iPhone doesn't work with the assembly they provided, you'll know something was damaged on the logic board itself. At this point, they can offer to replace the whole phone for circa 1/2 the cost of the original one. Or you can choose to refuse the repair.
ThisThey won't touch it if you take it with the new copy screen installed.

This
is your beatbest bet at this point, in case you damaged the button assembly or the connecting cable. And if your iPhone doesn't work with the assembly they provided, you'll know something was damaged on the logic board itself. At this point, they can offer to replace the whole phone for circa 1/2 the cost of the original one. Or you can choose to refuse the repair.
 
If you don't want to go this way, you need a new screen assembly and a new Touch ID interconnect cable to test your phone and zero in on what's wrong, such as:
 
- Screen assembly was defective or damaged during installation;
 
- Home button itself was damaged;
 
- Home button interconnect cable was damaged;
 
- Connectors on the board were damaged;
 
- Some combination of the above OR all of the above.

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Отредактировано: Rany ,

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My advice is to put back your old screen, connect all the cables and put back all the screws (in their exact original respective spots), wipe your fingerprints, and take it to an Apple Store to have the screen replaced. In the process, they also replace the Touch ID button and cable since they replace the whole assembly.
They won't touch it if you take it with the new copy screen installed.
 
This is your batbeat bet at this point, in case you damaged the button assembly or the connecting cable. And if your iPhone doesn't work with the assembly they provided, you'll know something was damaged on the logic board itself. At this point, they can offer to replace the whole phone for circa 1/2 the cost of the original one. Or you can choose to refuse the repair.
This is your batbeat bet at this point, in case you damaged the button assembly or the connecting cable. And if your iPhone doesn't work with the assembly they provided, you'll know something was damaged on the logic board itself. At this point, they can offer to replace the whole phone for circa 1/2 the cost of the original one. Or you can choose to refuse the repair.
 
If you don't want to go this way, you need a new screen assembly and a new Touch ID interconnect cable to test your phone and zero in on what's wrong, such as:
 
- Screen assembly was defective or damaged during installation;
 
- Home button itself was damaged;
 
- Home button interconnect cable was damaged;
 
- Connectors on the board were damaged;
 
- Some combination of the above OR all of the above.

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Оригинальный сообщение: Rany ,

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My advice is to put back your old screen, connect all the cables and put back all the screws (in their exact original respective spots), wipe your fingerprints, and take it to an Apple Store to have the screen replaced. In the process, they also replace the Touch ID button and cable since they replace the whole assembly.

This is your bat bet at this point, in case you damaged the button assembly or the connecting cable. And if your iPhone doesn't work with the assembly they provided, you'll know something was damaged on the logic board itself. At this point, they can offer to replace the whole phone for circa 1/2 the cost of the original one. Or you can choose to refuse the repair.

If you don't want to go this way, you need a new screen assembly and a new Touch ID interconnect cable to test your phone and zero in on what's wrong, such as:

- Screen assembly was defective or damaged during installation;

- Home button itself was damaged;

- Home button interconnect cable was damaged;

- Connectors on the board were damaged;

- Some combination of the above OR all of the above.

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