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The phone knows the screen is a replacement by one of these chips (likely the QR engraved one), but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps. The issue is the data for the phone on the secure enclave does not match the blank screen - the current tools Apple uses are cloud based, so it isn’t like ASD on older hardware where a leak was worth something.
-If the sensor is unchanged, you’re probably better off going to an authorized IRP shop instead of Apple, especially since you opened the phone and they may turn you away for making a repair attempt - whereas an IRP shop will probably look the other way since you’re not the first to try.
+If the sensor is unchanged, you’re probably better off going to an authorized IRP shop instead of Apple, especially since you opened the phone and they may turn you away for making a repair attempt - whereas an IRP authorized shop will probably look the other way since you’re not the first one to try it and go back to the stock screen, and return the 3rd party one.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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[image|1996054]
-The phone knows the screen is a replacement by one of these chips (likely the QR engraved one), but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps.
+The phone knows the screen is a replacement by one of these chips (likely the QR engraved one), but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps. The issue is the data for the phone on the secure enclave does not match the blank screen - the current tools Apple uses are cloud based, so it isn’t like ASD on older hardware where a leak was worth something.
If the sensor is unchanged, you’re probably better off going to an authorized IRP shop instead of Apple, especially since you opened the phone and they may turn you away for making a repair attempt - whereas an IRP shop will probably look the other way since you’re not the first to try.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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[image|1996054]
-The phone knows the screen is a replacement by one of these chips (likely the OR engraved one), but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps.
+The phone knows the screen is a replacement by one of these chips (likely the QR engraved one), but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps.
If the sensor is unchanged, you’re probably better off going to an authorized IRP shop instead of Apple, especially since you opened the phone and they may turn you away for making a repair attempt - whereas an IRP shop will probably look the other way since you’re not the first to try.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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+[image|1996054]
-The phone knows the screen is a replacement by this chip, but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps.
+The phone knows the screen is a replacement by one of these chips (likely the OR engraved one), but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps.
If the sensor is unchanged, you’re probably better off going to an authorized IRP shop instead of Apple, especially since you opened the phone and they may turn you away for making a repair attempt - whereas an IRP shop will probably look the other way since you’re not the first to try.

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[image|1996044]

The phone knows the screen is a replacement by this chip, but in the past that hasn’t stopped FaceID from working as long as the paired sensor isn’t swapped. If you swapped the sensor, put the old one back into the phone and see if that helps.

If the sensor is unchanged, you’re probably better off going to an authorized IRP shop instead of Apple, especially since you opened the phone and they may turn you away for making a repair attempt - whereas an IRP shop will probably look the other way since you’re not the first to try.

Estatus:

open