iPhone 4s won't turn on
On Thursday I replaced the screen on my device and the repair went off without a hitch. I was on iOS7 and on Friday I backed up my phone and upgraded to iOS9. The upgrade was successful, and I downloaded the Pokemon Go app.
For the most part, everything was working perfectly fine. I could play the app no problem, and the phone was working just as well as it was before I started doing all my repairs on it (which included an audio jack cable and vibrator about 4 weeks ago).
Today I was playing Pokemon Go at a park and I couldn't connect to the server. At about 17% battery power left, I closed all my apps and turned off the phone in an attempt to reboot the system. This is the first time I turned off my phone since the upgrade to iOS9. Now the phone won't turn back on. I've tried charging it (the phone gets warm so I believe it is charging), I've held the home button and the power button for upwards of a minute, and I replaced the battery with a new one.
Does anyone have any idea what might be going on? The repairs I did to the phone were successful; it was working perfectly fine for four days from Thursday to Monday after the screen replacement. Ever since I shut my phone down I haven't been able to turn it back on. I have it charging right now with the new battery pack and the battery pack is warm, so there is power going to the device.
The only thing I can think is when I replaced the screen the home button was a little loose. It wasn't quite as flush with the rest of the phone display and it can rotate easily. Would this be a problem? Have I somehow put the home button in a spot where it's constantly pressing against the sensor?
Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated!
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