Press the iPhone power button, the white Apple logo appears normally, but it won't enter the IOS system, the iPhone 8 just stuck on white Apple logo. The white Apple logo problem is common, and it could be caused by many reasons, here is a solution to solve this problem in hardware aspect.

Connect the iPhone 8 to the computer via iPhone lightning cable, use iTunes to restore the iPhone 8. After restoring, insert the SIM card to activate the iPhone 8, now we found the iPhone home button doesn't work, it doesn’t' respond to our touch, so we can't activate the iPhone 8.

Turn off the iPhone 8, use screwdrivers to remove the screws at the bottom of the iPhone screen, and then open the iPhone screen with LCD sucker. Disconnect the iPhone battery, remove the iPhone display assembly.

Use digital multimeter to measure the power supply voltage for the iPhone home button, all voltage measured are normal. Check the iPhone display assembly 3D flex cable, no damage is found.

Use screwdrivers and tweezers to remove the iPhone home button, put iPhone home button flex cable under a Black Trinocular Microscope to check if it's damaged. After observation, it looks good.

The iPhone home button passes through the flex cable behind the iPhone display assemble and then connected to the iPhone logic board. We try to replace a new iPhone display assembly.

Install the iPhone home button flex cable to the new iPhone display assembly, and then connect the iPhone display assembly and logic board. Press the power button, the Apple logo appears normally, but the iPhone can't enter the IOS system successfully, it stuck on Apple logo. Now we suspected that the iPhone 8 won't turn on properly because of the iPhone home button failure.

Remove the iPhone display assembly, use digital multimeter to measure the resistance value for J5800 pins, all data tested are normal. Observe the J5800 under a microscope, we found there is a repair marks on J5800.

Take out the iPhone motherboard, use hot air gun and Titanium Alloy Tweezers to remove the J5800, clean the solder pad, apply some solder paste to the solder pad, and then install a new J5800 to the motherboard.

Once done, assemble the iPhone 8, use iTunes to restore the iPhone 8. Press the power button, the iPhone 8 can be turned on smoothly, and the iPhone can be activated successfully, and all functions tested are normal.

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