I think I broke the iPhone 5 button home button when repairing it.
Can anyone help me solve this issue?
While I was replacing the LCD/Digitizer of the iPhone 5 I did not realized that I had to unscrew the camera, and also the home button and replace it back to the new LCD, while I moved the camera from the old LCD/digitizer to the new LCD/Digitizer which was pretty decent, afterwards I had to move the home button, while unscrewing the silver metal plate and then the home button itself, there was a orange circular component that was attached to the old LCD, and what happen was that in order to take it out I slowly ripped it out since the bottom was dried glue, and then I re-assembled all the components (re-connected the 3 metal strip cables to the top right of the phone, reconnected the connector of the battery to the iPhone, and also screw back in the screws to make sure that the metal plate that was connected to the battery is secured), then I slowly assemble the LCD screen back into the body. Can anyone explain what I should do because the home button is not working, could I have accidentally damaged the home connector?
Is this a good question?