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  1. OnePlus One Teardown, OnePlus One Teardown: passo 1, immagine 1 di 2 OnePlus One Teardown, OnePlus One Teardown: passo 1, immagine 2 di 2
    • Before digging our digits into the One, we pause to count up its specs:

    • 5.5" IPS display with a resolution of 1920x1080

    • 13 MP f/2.0 rear-facing camera with dual-LED flash along with a 5 MP front-facing camera

    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 2.5GHz Quad-core CPU

    • 3 GB LPDDR3 1866 MHz RAM

    • 64 GB eMMC 5.0 storage capacity (also available in 16 GB)

    • 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, USB OTG, GPS/GLONASS, NFC

    • Impressive hardware, to be sure—but this here’s a teardown, and the number One has left us a bit traumatized of late. Here’s hoping the “Plus” stands for “more repairable than phones of yore…"

  2. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 2, immagine 1 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 2, immagine 2 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 2, immagine 3 di 3
    • Designed by OnePlus and assembled in China, the OnePlus One is identified as model number A0001.

    • The One is powered by a custom version of Android, CyanogenMod 11S, created by Cyanogen, Inc.

    • What's so special about CyanogenMod? It's an open source operating system for smartphones and tablets based on Android. It offers features and options not found in Android versions distributed by mobile vendors.

    • The OnePlus One is the second phone to come preinstalled with CyanogenMod, the first phone being the OPPO N1 CyanogenMod Edition.

    • We're pretty excited to see the One has an open source OS and is completely unlocked, both of which protect the rights of consumers.

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    • Compared to the current top-selling smartphone, the iPhone 5s, the One is slightly thicker at 8.9 mm (vs. 7.6 mm) and significantly taller at 152.9 mm (vs. 123.8 mm).

    • While this isn't quite a phablet, reviewers are saying this One's a tad big for single-hand use. Unless, of course, you're the Hulk.

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    • Lookie here! What's in this red box?

    • A power adapter and a fancy USB cable with an inside-out connector, has OnePlus finally defeated the USB plug scourge?

    • Oh and a SIM eject tool with keychain caddy. Because, how many times have you wished you had an eject tool hanging off of your keyring?

    • Never? Same here. But it sure looks cool.

    • The nigh invisible SIM slot opens with the touch of said fancy eject tool, and we've breached the perimeter of this monolith.

  5. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 5, immagine 1 di 2 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 5, immagine 2 di 2
    • With that, our plastic opening tool is ready to attack!

    • The One presents no obvious point of entry, but since OnePlus will offer interchangeable back plates we decide to start at the back case. We wiggle our way into a seam to see what's what…

    • …and to our delight, the back plate comes off readily—with just a bit of resistance from a few clips around the edge.

    • While interchangeable parts are always a plus for repairability, we don't expect the back to be prone to the same catastrophic failure as the front glass.

    Be sure to remove the SIM card tray before removing the back plate!

    Andrew - Replica

  6. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 6, immagine 1 di 2 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 6, immagine 2 di 2
    • Baby's got back…case, that is. With the back case free, we see the first glimpse of the embedded rechargeable 3100 mAh LiPo battery.

    • At first glance this One seems to have a heftier, and more accessible, battery than the other One.

    • This back case is a gold-laced antenna party.

    • Spring contacts in several places join three gold antennas plus one NFC sticker antenna to the phone body.

    So, with the NFC antenna being part of the cover instead of the body/battery, is it safe to assume that a ferrous metal plate (used with a magnetic dock) wouldn't interfere with NFC use?

    Sergio Ferreira - Replica

    Went ahead and got one of the magnet docks. The metal plate behind the One's back cover (between the cover and the battery) does NOT interfere with NFC, or any other radio that I've tested.

    Sergio Ferreira -

    Do we know which NFC chipset the 1+1 is using? I've heard different sources cite an NXP PN65T or a Broadcom. It matters a great deal as far as tag/card compatibility goes!

    Libra Sun - Replica

    NXP. Source is this Chinese OnePlus One teardown:


    Direct picture link with the NFC chip from NXP:

    Peter -

    Is there anyone that know which one of the antennas that are for wifi and so on?

    rbrostrom - Replica

    what do this antennas belong to? there´s also the wifi antenna in that back cover?

    Davide Patria - Replica

  7. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 7, immagine 1 di 2 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 7, immagine 2 di 2
    • We poke at the giant red battery for a bit (reenactment of actual events) until we finally succeed in popping it up with a spudger.

    • Alas! It seems our reach has temporarily exceeded our bite, as the battery cable disappears under a screwed-in panel.

    I think i could replace my OPO's battery with OP2, what suggestions? Are the dimensions same? I'd like to add those 200mAh.

    Jidhin George - Replica

    you should swap Step 8 with Step 7 since you can’t get the battery out at this point. My battery almost bent since the glue couldn’t come off.

    Aaron Tan - Replica

  8. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 8, immagine 1 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 8, immagine 2 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 8, immagine 3 di 3
    • No matter—out go the first round of screws, thanks to our Pro Tech Screwdriver Set.

    • But it's not over yet! The One deals us a one-two punch with some hidden screws.

    • We don't take kindly to screws hidden under rubber stoppers around here. And that last screw is sporting a white sticker on its head, now forever maimed by our screwdriver, proving that we've been inside…tampering.

    • The device hasn't proven especially difficult to enter, but small deterrents like hidden and tamper-evident screws never sit well with us.

  9. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 9, immagine 1 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 9, immagine 2 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 9, immagine 3 di 3
    • We pull off an interior cover to access the battery connector. If our calculations are correct, the OnePlus One's battery is about to be subtracted.

    • Our spudger performs the necessary arithmetic, and the 3.8 V, 3100 mAh LiPo battery is ours (and yours) to inspect.

    • It fares well when compared to its 2800 mAh (Galaxy S5) and 2600 mAh (HTC One M8) rivals.

    • For those of us who don't read Chinese, this battery sports a maximum charging voltage of 4.35 V, and the following warnings and cautions (paraphrased):

    • Only use with approved chargers

    • Keep ventilated while charging

    • Do not tear down, short circuit, or puncture

    Needs Wh info!

    Paul Hendrix - Replica

    Wh = V * Ah

    = 3.8V * 3.1 Ah

    = 11.8 Wh

    Alan Zhang - Replica

    • Removing the motherboard requires disconnecting several connectors.

    • Being as careful as we possibly could be, we use an iFixit Tech Knife (more commonly known as a K-nife) to detach the rocker buttons from the side of the panel assembly.

    • As much as we love using knives to cut into devices, we heavily advise against it in most cases.

    Note small screw at bottom left ("little black dot" on lower left of mobo in main picture for this step). It must be removed to take out the mobo. This is one of 3 screws of a different size in the phone. The other two are under the little plugs in the speaker assembly, Step 15.

    Also, note connector to the left of the rear-facing camera at top of mobo in this step. It has to be disconnected just like the connectors at bottom of mobo.

    PJ Blank - Replica

    Thanks a lot for the guide, my phone has been diagnosed with water damage and had to change motherboard and small board, which I thought they did just that. But turns out my screen might have been switched/changed as well? Since my screen protector isn't here anymore compare to before I sent it for repair it's still attached.

    My question is: Does the screen has to go too if the motherboard has been replaced? Or have I simply been scammed? Also, is it common that your internal memory will be wiped out?

    Comments will be very much appreciated, thank you.

    Krys - Replica

    Replacing the motherboard will definitely wipe out the on-board storage. I can't see any reason why the display would need to be replaced, unless it also had water damage.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    There is a white rectangle on the top left of the motherboard. Is this a water damage indicator as well? I send my phone to HandTec (official EU repair center for OPO) in order to fix the classic touch screen ghost issue, and they diagnosed my phone with water damage. In the image sent to me as a proof for water damage, this rectangle is redish, so i thought it might be just another water damage indicator.Can you please confirm that?Thanks for the great guide.

    winterofsouls - Replica

    Yes. This white spot is a water damage indicator.

    winterofsouls -

    HelloI need a quick help phone broken screen when changed and open the back cover Motherboard did not pay attention to the three screws on the cover has been used to open the knife and when working on that removed copper tip of the motherboard and is located next to the entrance to the sound earphones there is a small white box and the bottom of a copper tip This side is moving away from the painting, please look at the picture 1 in step 10 you will see it

    please help me !!!

    amin seleem - Replica

  10. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 11, immagine 1 di 2 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 11, immagine 2 di 2
    • Finally, with all the connectors out of the way, the motherboard is—

    • Drat and double drat! There's one last antenna connector on the back of this motherboard.

    • Luckily, we disconnect it faster than you can add 1+1.

    Now I see the SIM card reader on the motherboard. I have a dire situation where one of the pins on the SIM adapter (the one on the motherboard, inside) was destroyed. This was due to my stupid attempt to insert a different SIM tray. Is it possible to replace the SIM adapter on the motherboard? Thanks

    alltrivial - Replica

    I'm in the same situation. My SIM card slot (including one or two of the pins) is completely messed up, and I'm looking to replace it. Were you able to find a solution?

    Frieder Bluemle -

    Tiny screw on the bottom right that the author missed out.

    Aaron Tan - Replica

  11. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 12, immagine 1 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 12, immagine 2 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 12, immagine 3 di 3
    • Both the front-facing and rear-facing cameras are designed by Sunny Optical Technology.

    • The rear-facing camera is labeled P13N05A, while the front-facing camera is identified as P5V35A.

    • We also encountered camera modules designed by the optimistically-named Sunny Optical Technology in the Project Tango teardown.

    • According to the details on the OnePlus One specifications page, the 13 megapixel rear-facing camera features a Sony Exmor IMX 214 CMOS image sensor.

    P13N05A is a Sony sensor in a sunny module. Sunny is a Chinese company which uses Sony sensors. It has SONY IMX214 sensor in it.

    Refer the below link for more info:

    Shashi Kumar - Replica

  12. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 13, immagine 1 di 1
    • E pluribus unum. Here are the many chips that make up the One:

    • Samsung K3QF7F70DM-QGCF 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM; Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 likely layered beneath

    • Qualcomm WCD9320 Audio Codec

    • AGD2 2402 WX9DR (likely gyroscope)

    • Qualcomm PM8941 and PM8841 Power Management ICs Quick Charge 2.0 capable

    • 8407 CEH 05KTJ

    • B02419

    • P0911 3193

    Is this really quick charge 2.0 capable? I've search a lot and nothing seems to point that OnePlus One is Quick Charge 2.0 capable...

    nicowez - Replica

  13. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 14, immagine 1 di 1
    • We've quickly run out of snappy Latin catchphrases—but chips? Not even close! The backside of the board contains:

    • Toshiba THGBMBG9D8KBAIG eMMC 5.0 64 GB Onboard Storage

    • Skyworks SKY77629-21 Power Amplifier Module

    • Qualcomm WCN3680 802.11ac/FM/BT 4.0 Combo Chip

    • Qualcomm WTR1625L RF Transceiver

    • Skyworks SKY85709 WLAN Front-End Module

    • Synaptics S3508A Touchscreen Controller

    You couldn't identify all of those chips? very fishy...

    Bob - Replica

    Hi, looking for a replacement for Synaptics S3508A Touchscreen Controller. Any leads on where i can get this component?

    siddharth - Replica


    Is it possible (eMMC 5.0 16GB) changed to (eMMC 5.0 64 GB) ??? , Or more than 128?

    Vahid Didehdar - Replica

    So if anyone was as careful as me: the left little resistor on below the battery connector is 1kΩ. Hand hard to solder back on.

    adlerweb - Replica

  14. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 15, immagine 1 di 2 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 15, immagine 2 di 2
    • We shift our focus to the front panel assembly.

    • Six screws (two of them hidden under more rubber plugs) and a flick of a spudger later, we've got the speaker assembly enclosure out.

    • The OnePlus One features a set of Yamaha stereo speakers that connect to the motherboard via spring contacts.

    • In the bottom center of the speaker assembly enclosure, we find a sticker that changes colors when orcs are near. It also acts as a water damage indicator.

    is it really stereo or just 2 mono speakers?

    Craig Ferguson - Replica

    2 speakers but they are not wired "stereo". Both carry the same program material, so they are mono.

    PJ Blank -

    The two screws under the little plugs are of the 2nd type used in this phone; the first of this type is in Step 10 (see my comment for that step). Total of 3 screws of this 2nd type. The 1st type (the rest of the screws) are, AFAIK, all the same.

    PJ Blank - Replica

  15. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 16, immagine 1 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 16, immagine 2 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 16, immagine 3 di 3
    • Peeling up the USB port is easy enough, but it appears to be trapped under a slot in the midframe.

    • Touché! It's not trapped at all! What we thought was a wall was in fact a strip of tape—peel that away, and we're home free.

    Can you please tell the specific of the original oneplus one usb cable?

    Marco Salvioni - Replica

  16. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 17, immagine 1 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 17, immagine 2 di 3 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 17, immagine 3 di 3
    • Oh no, this little cable offshoot is threaded under the midframe. We'll never get the daughterboard out—wait just a minute. Never mind.

    • In another exciting plot twist, this mysteriously chipped cable pops right out of its frame crevice.

    • This One has more plot twists than Star Wars has family secrets.

    This could be a magnetic sensor.

    Tom Chai - Replica

    yes, this is magnetic senzor for flip cover ;-)

    davecz -

    watch out not to rip of one of the LEDs... now my option key has no backlight anymore :(

    Marius137 - Replica

    Ripped out a cable on the opposite side of the motherboard connector cable detatching the daughterboard while doing this step. No idea what it is.

    Austin Lombard - Replica

    Sorry to hear that, Austin! We try to prevent damage by labeling teardowns with this banner “This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your OnePlus One, use our ++service manual++.” Check out the user-created guides in the manual to see more repair detail.

    Sam Goldheart -

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    • The daughterboard is finally freeeeee as a daughterbirrrd, now.

    • This daughterboard is the permanent home of various components, including the vibrator and primary microphone.

    • Along the bottom of the daughterboard are three LEDs for the front panel assembly capacitive buttons. The LEDs fit into the light guides at the base of the display.

    This daughterboard is home to... the vibrator. What a naughty daughter.

    Stefan Constantin Dumitrache - Replica

    Is the vibration motor soldered on the daughterboard? Is it detachable?

    ionpan - Replica

    Don't forget the antenna connector at top of the "right wing" (viewed from rear of phone with daughterboard on bottom) of the daughterboard. As with the mobo antenna connector, it pops off with a little prodding.

    PJ Blank - Replica

    Where can i get that part? I looked entire ebay.

    bostjan - Replica

  18. Note the orientation of the earpiece speaker BEFORE removing it from the frame!

    PJ Blank - Replica

    Just noticed that earpiece speaker is "keyed".. small tab on one side, larger on the other. Probably difficult to install it backwards.

    PJ Blank - Replica

    That white rectangle where the headphone jack was is a liquid damage indicator. It also appears that they left a hole in the headphone jack purely to allow water into the main circuitry via that LDI...

    Yoda - Replica

    And it allows it to lift the backcover with the headphone jack.

    Oneplus shows this technique in their videos, e.g. the one showing how to swap the original cover to use their bamboo cover.

    Wozniak Peter -

    The earpiece on the picture is upside down !

    Pierrick FRIZE - Replica

    Yes. The photo shows the speaker upside-down. But its not possible to mount it that way.

    I think it is IMPORTANT to mention the following:

    The speaker is stuck with some adhesive.

    By trying to lift it up it is very easy to destroy this fragile component.

    The problem is, the metal frame of the speaker is stuck by an adhesive sticker. And by lifting the black plastic, the two parts break up! If your are unlucky the super thin copper wire breaks and the speaker is dead.

    So please. Lift the speaker underneath the metal frame which is hardly visible.

    And also take care not to perforate the membrane.

    So it is necessary to be very gently or to buy a new speaker

    Wozniak Peter - Replica

    The black thermally conductive adhesive transfer tape, and the copper sheet that you can see on the first picture of step 19 hasn't been removed in this teardown, which I can understand since it's just impossible to remove without tearing the whole thing.

    If you want to replace your midframe, though, you need to have this on the new bezel.

    My trouble is I've searched the web without being able to find where to buy this thermally conductive adhesive transfer tape. So if any of you guys could drop me a hint ...

    kedemferre - Replica

    Copper sheet sticker acts as heat sink but there is only a small piece of it. In htc and Samsung phones it is wisely used.

    Jidhin George - Replica

    I wondering what function of the little plastic peace on the right of the connector an above the ear piece is. I bought a second hand oneplus one and this peace seems to be missing. Because the screen was faulty I purchase a replacement screen and some great tools on Ifix to replace it. Replacing went fine but my screen has an horizontal band around the middle where it doesn't pick up touches. Very annoying! I've read there are problems with grounding and I'm wondering if this is missing peace is not the reason for my problems. I'm trying to find this part but it seems to impossible to find. Any help is welcome - confirm the use of the plastic part and where to buy it. Thanks.

    Paul Vingerhoets - Replica

    dank meme lol

    Triggered360 - Replica

    • With the display assembly stripped down to the midframe, it's time to test out a common repair: screen replacement!

    • After some heat and a bit of prying with an opening pick, we separate the display assembly from the midframe.

    • It's not a fun job, but it's certainly easier than another One we opened up on our teardown table.

    • The midframe bears the designation PC+GF, indicating it was made of polycarbonate infused with glass fibers.

    • We're a bit disappointed — we can't file it away and light it on fire, like we've done in the past. Sadness.

    Are you sure there's no magnesium midframe? The last picture of step 20 looks like some kind of metal midframe

    Eric Shen - Replica

    Can you recommend a certain type of glue?

    I need to buy some for the reassembly.

    Daniel Lottes - Replica

    Careful! Thin black plastic strip around screen / digitizer assembly is PART OF MIDFRAME! Mine was severely damaged while removing the broken screen. Came out in pieces. Had to order new midframe.

    PJ Blank - Replica

    so, I have managed to get the display free. I am now waiting for the delivery of the new display. can I use the old glue again or should I take new ? what kind of glue ?

    Dom - Replica

    Just got the new midframe. Expect to be back here to say how it went.

    PJ Blank - Replica

    Can anyone suggest a glue to use for reassembling the screen?

    Rick Reeves - Replica

    PJ Blank how did it go? I bought a new frame also and it came with adhesive that's shaped like the phone but it does not have the cut out for the screen's flex cable however it has some cut outs in it I'm just not sure what to do

    Kevin Watson - Replica

    someone could tell is possible separate the scanner glass lcd?

    Dj Thiago Na Balada - Replica

    New display from aliexpress does NOT have copper strips!!

    Will it work?

    PopeMike - Replica

    As anyone ever saw a video or knows how to "de-fuse" the Digitizer from the LCD? I found a store that only sells the glass/digitizer for 50€ and was really tempted to buy it (instead of the whole piece for 100€). In this website they say that they will send a video explaining how to do it but apart from a video I saw on XDA about the same procedure on a Galaxy S2 I never found out anything similar for the OPO.

    Pedro Miranda - Replica

  19. OnePlus One Teardown: passo 21, immagine 1 di 2 OnePlus One Teardown: passo 21, immagine 2 di 2
    • OnePlus One Repairability Score: 5 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair).

    • No proprietary screws and only one screw head type decreases cost of tools for repairs.

    • Fairly modular components will allow for less expensive replacement parts.

    • Slight adhesive used on the battery and several cables.

    • With its connector trapped under a plastic panel and several screws, the battery is more of a chore to replace than necessary.

    • The LCD and digitizer glass are fused together and must be replaced as a single part, and they require heat to remove from the midframe.

    So the 5 out of 10 is just grab the eyes? Somehow a much-more-difficult-to-fix iphone 5 got a 7 out of 10. Random scores?

    Sli Anand - Replica

    i need to replace the lcd and the digitizer.. Can you assist me with the steps tha follow after removing the back cover.. and removing the visible screws is it possible to directlyu dettach the display?

    and once i remove my display how do i attach a new one?

    Help would be highly appreciated!

    Amit Shah - Replica

    From my own teardown of the phone (and waiting on replacement display now), it looks like you need to do the complete teardown to change the display. My display was shattered; I used Scotch tape on the screen front to keep glass shards from getting everywhere. I used a heat gun to separate the display (and digitizer, which are one unit) from the frame. Will probably come back here to let you know how it goes.

    PJ Blank -

    where i can buy daughterboard with microphone ???

    my microphone dead and the phone is useless now ...

    victorsklyanik - Replica

    Hi, My OPO has lost it's display due to water damage and needs to change the Motherboard. Can anyone help me with finding the place to buy it in India???

    Suseendar Ravi - Replica

    The Galaxy S5 got a 5/10, and is significantly harder to repair. I'd honestly slot the OPO alongside phones like the Nexus 5 and Galaxy sIII. Everything is one size screwdriver and the battery requires the same exact level of disassembly as the Nexus 5. I'd say it deserves a high 7 if not a solid 8--definitely not a 5.

    sawyerbergeron - Replica

50 Commenti

Hey guys, nice teardown. I'm guessing you probably already gave out your spare invites to your fellow workmates or friends but if you haven't I'd be eternally grateful for one.

Guy - Replica

Are you kidding me with this?

abdulalbasith -

Haha some ppl really can't hold there s**t together

yossi Grosskopf -

I bought 2 OPOs (sold one to a client, kept the other), both over a month ago, and have not received any invites. The invites I bought were $ 23.00 and $ 9.00, respectively, but now they seem to be in VERY short supply, and are going for bigger bucks. Not sure what's up with that!

PJ Blank -

Thank you. I was really waiting for this. OnePlus said they made the battery unremoveable to make the phone thinner, because they don't have to cover up the cables underneath.

That being said, do you think it's possible we will see a battery hack kit appearing on eBay? One that has a battery connector extender that extends to connector pins in the battery compartment and then a matching battery that can just be popped out?

Arend Hamming - Replica

Luckily, the OPO seems to have commendably long battery life, and many drugstores and convenience stores sell lithium packs with USB connectors for $ 10-$20 or so that just plug into any smartphone for extra power. I know, maybe unwieldy and not pretty, but functional!

PJ Blank -

How many wifi antenna's are there in the OnePlus One?

Rick Reeves - Replica

What's interesting is that that those Yamaha speakers have been called JBLs in quite a few other articles (like this one: Do you think that OP is hyping the product inaccurately, that different OPOs carry different speakers, or that well-meaning collaborators are reporting specs based on deals that they're not aware never went through?

Frulialepteroft - Replica

can anyone tell me where to buy a new screen?

cheis - Replica

aliexpress, for one, and ebay, for two.

PJ Blank -

can anyone tell me where to buy a new screen? mine cracked.

cheis - Replica

aliexpress for $118. Came in a week and worked great!

Dev Mikel -

where can i buy the the sim tray from ???? looks like i have damaged mine

mjaffar - Replica

Just use a thin Scotch tape to hold the SIM into the broken frame. You did not describe the breakage so I can assume the frame is cracked. Also consider trying some superglue.

Fruncle -

Hmmm. I added what I believed to be important edits to this teardown, such as describing the two types of screws in the phone, mentioning some additional care when disassembling, removing a screw not mentioned in Step 10, and such. This appears to have been completely disregarded, and there is no longer a link to view unverified comments as of this time (and no notice to me, as if I was trying to do something malicious). I urge all who disassemble the OPO to be extra-wary of a few "gotchas". Guess I'll add them as comments to the steps instead.

Good luck.

PJ Blank - Replica

La verdad es el mejor teléfono. Vale mucho mas que un experia o un galaxia y cuesta mucho menos. Es el autentico rompedor de gigantes, están revolucionando el mundo

Santiago Jaramillo - Replica

Why does this get a lower rating than the Nexus 6? The nexus got a 7 and this got a 5.

In the Nexus 6 guide the back cover was glued on, this isn't the case with the OPO

In the Nexus 6 there were something like 22 screws holding the back on, theres far few with the OPO

With the Nexus 6 you complained that many parts weren't detachable like the MicroUSB port, in this phone many more components are attached via removable ribbon cables.

Oscar VL - Replica

After following the teardown to replace broken screen, phone can't connect to mobile networks/carriers. Which antenna/connector should I double check?


no way - Replica

Hi, may I ask you if you could fix this "no network" problem and how? I have probably the same issue. Thanks a lot.

Matus -

My display has come unstuck. how can I paste it? need to completely disassemble? and what glue I need to use ...

Arshik27 - Replica

Looks like your fine work has been leeched here (and the text mangled in places):

Jon Green - Replica

Hello just replaced the display but unfortunately the mic and speaker do not work... Any Idears what to check?

sieratangoromeo - Replica

Hello, I'm looking to buy the lcd+digitizer+midframe assembly for the supposed sake of convenience. What would be the differences compared to what's shown in this specific teardown? Would it require a lot less steps or would I still have to go through the steps shown here? Thank you!

Dice Craps - Replica

I would really like to know why this is still only focusing on *how* to disassemble, as opposed to the logical evolution of intent, which is to educate people about the hardware contents of their devices; the tear-down being a means to "dig in".

My concern are three "ghost" chips in the A0001, specifically:

8407 CEH 05KTJ


P0911 3193

Also, in addition to the two Qualcomm chips, it would be valuable to point out the GPS and NFC antennas.

Maybe it is just me, but I have always found security value in these tear-downs.

Thanks though, for what it is,


funkyfunky - Replica

Is there any way that we can relocate one of the speakers to the opposite end so that we have sound coming from both sides?


subirdutta - Replica

I think the copper sheets provide good heat transmission and it is found used in htc phones quite widely but i am worried about OnePlus phones, thermal management is poor though.

Jidhin George - Replica

I think i could replace my OPO's battery with OP2, what suggestions? Are the dimensions same? I'd like to add those 200mAh.

Jidhin George - Replica

Awesome treadown ifixit team, can someone help me with what the display pin type/name is? I am trying to see if I can find an adapter to connect the display to raspberry pi. Thanks.

Ashwin - Replica

I'm replacing my volume controls and notice you guys did not de-solder the volume or power buttons, how is that done? what does it look like without solder on it. I've de-soldered mine and I see that there are three rectangles where the solder was, but i don't see underside contacts, did I rip them off an accident?

Jesse Popee - Replica

There are no solder underneath the boards. So you can just solder it on the upside of the board. You did not rip them off.

Beatz -

This is greate

masfik13 - Replica

i've replaced my screen and now my microphone do a "piii" sound, on calls nobody hears me, did i damaged it?

hed190 - Replica

do you repair oneplus one mother board

buzzar1987 - Replica

Does anyone have a schematic diagram for OnePlus One?

I broke my screen, replaced it, but also broke charger connection pins, so I need to braze it to alternative ones...


Vladimir Savic - Replica

i have a oneplus one 16gb which is having motherboard problem and oneplus 64 gb with a cracked screen. can i interchange or are the connectors different. pls reply

arun - Replica

They're most likely the same! Give it a try and let us know how it goes.

Jeff Suovanen -

Thank you for this, I just replaced my screen AND before my screen broke, my phone was acting slugish... So, after I had the screen put in, I ended up clearing the cache and dalvik. Now, I am experiencing the "Sleep of Death" syndrome where everything works fine until it falls asleep for more than 20? seconds. Then, when I press the power button to wake it, it just is a black screen. The phone seems to be working, as when I go to wake it it vibrates and still rings when I get a call, but the screen is black. I have deleted everything and tried two different roms and also reverted an old backup all with the same result. My question to you is, do you think that maybe there may be a connection or something that I missed while putting the phone back together, or could it be the screen itself maybe? I feel like I should have ruled out any software issues, and the same issue was happening while in recovery. Any clues would be awesome. Thanks.

Jeffrey Karbowski - Replica

After change touch in one plus one is not working properly

Jyotsna - Replica

My oneplus one phone battery status stuck at 50%. Charged for 7-8 hours many times but the problem persist. Have changed the usb port flex cable and battery but the problem is same. Please guide me what may be the problem. Sorry for my bad english.

Gagandeep singh - Replica

That screen is a nightmare to remove when shattered and putting a new one in on my Oneplus One had some issue with the middle frame and lifting underneath on one part. Replacement LCDs are crap and breaks easily. I prefer buying it now with the frame included less adhesive to worry about.

Galo M - Replica

Hi guys.

While openning the cover i broke this pin and now i have poor wifi signal and disconnecting bluetooth. Can i replace it, soldering some iron into it and it will be back to normal?

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Rimasi98 - Replica

Same problem here, =(

Did you fix it?

123Mar -

Git the same Problem.

It seems like even the Ifixit Guy who opened the Phone destroyed one connector.

If u look closely at the connectors one can see, that one pin is already missing…

Btw: How did u guys repaired ur Wifi/Bluetooth?

Ro _Bat -


ho un problema… ho sostituito lo schermo e quando lo accendo appare il logo e poi più niente ma il telefono rimane acceso… cosa può essere?

Gilbertovanone - Replica

I used this guide to change my LCD screen, it worked perfectly and took me 2 hours.

Thank you, it’s awesome! Hélène.

Hélène Burckel - Replica

Hello people, because of some issue headphone was not fitting in my headphone jack. Then I inserted a pin inside headphone jack. I hammered for a long time and I unfortunately broken something inside part of my phone and my WiFi stops working. ( There is only range for my WiFi when I put it near modem - range within 1m distance ) later I opened my cellphone and change WiFi wire which is near battery ( but I think it was not correct solution ) can somebody tell me what I need to change ? near headphone jack, is there any WLAN related part ?

maniyar.siddharth - Replica

Thanks for the article!

Be very careful while removing the battery! Without reading this instruction I’ve done this by my own and the battery has broken. Fire came out. This was very dangerous. So please smoothly peel off the sticky tape.

A new battery working fine. Replacing a missed SIM tray was also not a problem.

Charging my phone is difficult because the USB port has a slack joint. So I will replace the USB port soon.

I’ve installed Lineage OS 16.0 which is based on Android 9.0.0 (Pie). It works great. See

oliver skawronek - Replica

The guy who translated this page to chinese s literally copy-pasted from google translator.

yuanjiatong2001 - Replica

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