Home button loose bracket
So I replaced an iPad pro9.7 screen and got as far as the home bracket replacement when swapping the home button back on the screen. I have tried to adhere the bracket in the same fashion it was in (the repair guide shows a different cabling than mine also). But I’ve noticed that after getting it in place the home button sinks and then will slide out from under the bracket causing it to not be usable.
So What I’m trying to figure out is how to get this home button and bracket back on in a way that will keep it in place. I’ve tried some double sided tape on the top and bottom of the button itself and then super-gluing the bracket, but it still slides after a couple of button presses.
I also noticed that in the guide the button cable is much slimmer than the cable I have. My cable doesn’t allow room for the cable and the bracket, the bracket only fits underneath the fold in the home button cable. I’m not sure if that makes any difference or what. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Here are some pictures of the home button and bracket. If you notice the bracket is as long as the space available so it has to slide under the ribbon cable to fit properly.
I also noticed the small black dot is no longer fixed to the back of the home button. Does anyone know of a good “replacement”? It still clicks when I use my fingernail, but I think the lack of the black dot might be part of my problem.
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Can you upload some pics of what you’re explaining with the cable?
por Brian Wood