I dropped my iPhone 8 in a pool a few years ago and opened it up and dried/cleaned the insides as best as I could after I fished it out. It still turns on but the home button doesn't respond to my taptic touch nor unlock with my fingerprint. So I decided to factory reset the phone and after a long back-and-forth with Apple verifying that it indeed is my phone that I am trying to reset, I finally got it wiped and reset back to how it comes in the box. The problem is it prompts me to "Press home button to continue" when setting up the phone, basically back to square 1... Rather than opening up the phone again and possibly doing more harm than good to the already fragile cables and pins, I wanted to ask if there was a program I could run that would mirror the iPhone via USB onto my computer that would also have a button I could click with a mouse to bypass the physical home button on the phone. Most of the programs I've come across require something to be installed on the phone, like Cydia, prior to getting this to work but I don't really have that option. I'd appreciate any recommendations if anyone knows what I'm talking about or advice on whether to simply buy a new home button and replace it (could be a connection issue or something else).