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iOS 13 update has again brought the True Tone missing problem to some iPhone users. Well, some people have worked out a new solution to fix the problem. We will take iPhone XS as an example and show you how to restore True Tone of aftermarket screens step by step.

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  1. Go to Settings>General>About and check the software version of the phone – iOS 13.2. Tap Display & Brightness. We can see that the True Tone has been turned on with the switch being green.
    • Go to Settings>General>About and check the software version of the phone – iOS 13.2. Tap Display & Brightness. We can see that the True Tone has been turned on with the switch being green.

    • Replace with a new aftermarket screen.

    • Tap Display & Brightness. We can see that the true tone option has vanished.

    Hi, does anyone know if this will work with used OEM screens? Will it overwrite the previously written data on the screen? Thanks

    blitzn - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Yes I’ve done but still the True Tone is not showing

    Yoanne Patrick Koudou - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  2. Now, let’s restore the true tone with the multi-functional programmer.
    • Now, let’s restore the true tone with the multi-functional programmer.

    • First, connect the display extended module with the programmer. Next, connect the original screen with the display extended module.

    • Then we need to use the programmer to read data on the original screen.

    • Once finished, disconnect the original screen and connect the aftermarket screen with the display extended module.

    • This time we use the programmer to write the data to the aftermarket screen. Once finished, disconnect the aftermarket screen.

  3. Now we can assemble the phone and test.
    • Now we can assemble the phone and test.

    • Tap Display & Brightness. We can see this time that the True Tone has been turned on with the switch being green. The True Tone has been restored back.

  4. Go to Settings>General>About and check the software version of the phone – iOS 13.2. Continue to tap Display & Brightness. We can see that there is no true tone option.
    • Go to Settings>General>About and check the software version of the phone – iOS 13.2. Continue to tap Display & Brightness. We can see that there is no true tone option.

    • Connect the phone to the computer and open the WL assistance software. The cover board number of the phone has been read automatically.

    • Continue to power off and disconnect the phone from the computer. Remove the aftermarket screen afterwards.

  5. Now, let’s restore the true tone without the original screen.
    • Now, let’s restore the true tone without the original screen.

    • Connect the aftermarket screen with the display extended module and connect the multi-functional true tone programmer to the computer.

    • To restore true tone without the original screen, we need to write the previously read cover board number to the aftermarket screen with the help of the software.

    Comment avoir le logiciel WL ?? merci

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  6. Now we can assemble the phone and test. Get the aftermarket screen installed and connect the battery. Press the power button to turn on the phone.
    • Now we can assemble the phone and test. Get the aftermarket screen installed and connect the battery. Press the power button to turn on the phone.

    • Continue to tap Display & Brightness. We can see that the True Tone has been turned on with the switch being green. The True Tone has been restored back.

    What’s the name of the machine for restoring true tone

    Ofosu desmn - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    I once did it successfully using better idea‘s clone boy 2.0 with my iphone8.

    the replacement screen needs to have an eeprom installed - not every aftermarket screen has one.

    I used an original refurbed iPhone8 display successfully.

    When the screen broke again a few months later (I have four kids - they trash everything) I again bought a refurbished iPhone Screen and copied the ID from the previous replacement to the new refurb screen. Somehow this did not made True Tone reappear after installation even though I tried it twice.

    Just after glueing anything together I found my first original screen in the recycling box. Maybe it would have worked if I copied directly from it but since everything else works fine (approximation sensor e. g.) I decided to store the first screen away and leave the phone as it is.

    You can get the clone boy cheap from AliExpress but I saw some other devices which are able to clone the screen ID too. A quick search on the web should reveal something helpful.

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    does this remove the non genuine display message??

    Bobby Jr - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    vous utilisez l’ecran d’origine pour extraire le mtsn et le copier sur l’écran de remplacement. Pourquoi dire que la procédure se fait sans l’écran d’origine? Ce n’est pas clair. Ce qui est clair, c’est que si vous ne disposez pas de l’écran d’origine, vous ne pouvez pas du tout restaurez True Tone.

    Jacques Louis de Coulon - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

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Would this work with an original screen on another body?

suensonvictor - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

this aftermarket LCM. literally it does not have true tone functioning.

yrcooler - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Really nice fix!

I had installed an original iPhone screen from another body on my iPhoneXS . I used this tool for restoring TrueTone and it worked like a charm!

Victor Suenson - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi is there any msg “ iphone canot check your screen”

jason jase -

If your proximity sensor or front camera was changed before. This process won't work.

Safak - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Can anyone tell me where I you purchase the True Tone multi-functional programmer to do this?

Thanks

Darryl Remnant - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

If you go to the YouTube video’s page, it’s in the description. It is from this site: https://shop.rewa.tech/

Joel Quanbeck -

aliexpress is the one option or union something i forgot

Aminur Rahman -

searching for the software, already got the programmer but cant find this WL-Programmer Tool somewhere

its Divi - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Does this also work on iPhone 8 Plus?

Myles Earvin Uy - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Does the iPad Pros have the same issue? If so, will this work? I assume it’s just an EDP protocol.

AppleGuyPie - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

How I can activate true tone on my X's device, actually I replaced the screen before 3 months

Is there any way to do it by mobile to mobile or with any network?

joymore837 - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

I really suggest trying to reach out to the company beforehand. I've been trying to get some help with this device for 2 weeks and they're not responsive. I keep getting an “IIC chip not recognized!” error when trying to use the method without the original screen. Just suggesting to try reaching the company prior to committing. Seems like you'll largely be on your own after purchase.

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