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Este desmontaje no es una guía de reparación. Para reparar tu OnePlus 5, utiliza nuestros manuales de servicio .

    Pensamientos Finales
    • There are no proprietary screws.
    • The OnePlus 5’s display is held on by easy to dispatch reusable plastic clips.
    • Most components such as the cameras and USBC/headphone jack flex cable are modular and easy to access.
    • The battery has a pull tab making removal easy, but the motherboard must be removed to access it.
    • The display and glass are fused and the home button is integrated into the display assembly making repair of all three of these parts more complicated and expensive.
    Calificación de Reparabilidad
    7
    Reparabilidad 7 de 10
    (10 es lo más fácil de reparar)

Wow!! it is good, thank you.

Kaye - Contestar

Wonderful video as usual. If one were to take theirs apart would it be as 'tight' once it was back together?

I think the buttons edges are a little sharp and I'm tempted to take it apart to put a little bevel on them.

I'd like it if the screen didn't end up being loose or have gaps around the back cover.

David - Contestar

Is there an audio DAC founded? Can you tell us wich is it?

David Sepúlveda - Contestar

The Snapdragon 835 has a built in DAC+amp with up to 4W output. https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdr...

George A. -

for those who dont have yootube and chance of a standard layout detaillng this teardown...?

P Stephenson - Contestar

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