In our daily iPhone repair practice, we come across an incompatible issue when replacing iPhone 7 Plus screen with original screen. This is because there are mainly two kinds of screens adopted by iPhone 7 Plus, namely, TOSHIBA screen starts with C11 code and LG screen starts with DTP code. Whenever replacing a LG screen iPhone 7 Plus with a TOSHIBA screen, chances are good that incompatible issues occur.
Thus cause this video come into being, in which we will test the iPhone 7 Plus replaced screen compatibility one by one: original TOSHIBA screen starts with C11 code, original LG screen starts with DTP code and CINO S+ screen.
1, Original TOSHIBA screen test
The first one we test is original TOSHIBA screen starts with C11, we install it on an iPhone 7 Plus, make sure every part is on their own place, and then power on. The phone boost normally and the familiar startup picture fall into our eyes, however, when we touch the screen there is no response as it should be. Evidently the original TOSHIBA screen is incompatible with this iPhone 7 Plus.
2, Original LG screen test
Then we test the original LG screen starts with DTP. With the same procedure, we install it and power on. The touch function turns out to be good. It works all right. The Original LG screen is compatible with this iPhone 7 Plus.
3, CINO S+ screen test
Finally we test with CINO S+ screen. As the same with our test of original LG screen, the touch function also works well.
The test shows that the incompatible issue does exist when replacing an iPhone 7 PLUS with an original one. It is advisable that choose a compatible screen. It is estimated that there is a 60% chance the touch function fails when replacing LG screen iPhone 7 Plus with a TOSHIBA screen, and 10% chance replacing a TOSHIBA screen iPhone 7 Plus with LG screen. Try to use CINO S+ screen instead.
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