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Hi,
 
I had the same problem. I tried to unsolder the sim card socket withBuying a hot air solder station. Way too risky as therespare motherboard from OnePlus is too much little components around. Overheating them may result random behaviorssaid not possible by them.
I had the same problem. I tried to unsolder the sim card socket withBuying a hot air solder station. Way too risky as therespare motherboard from OnePlus is too much little components around. Overheating them may result random behaviorssaid not possible by them.
 
BuyingI tried to unsolder the sim card socket with a spare motherboard from OnePlushot air solder station. Way too risky as there is saidtoo much little components around. Overheating them may result random behaviors afterwards. Moreover, there is 13+ solrdering points not possible.accessible.
BuyingI tried to unsolder the sim card socket with a spare motherboard from OnePlushot air solder station. Way too risky as there is saidtoo much little components around. Overheating them may result random behaviors afterwards. Moreover, there is 13+ solrdering points not possible.accessible.
 
The trick I used is to replace the damaged pins. Here the way to proceed - We are considering here you already took the motherboard out of the OnePlus One.
The trick I used is to replace the damaged pins. Here the way to proceed - We are considering here you already took the motherboard out of the OnePlus One.
 
1/ Needed tools
 
- Office adhesive tape
 
- A Dremel with a diamond cutting disk
 
- Tweezers
 
- Clock repair magnifier
 
- Soldering paste
 
- Hot air soldering station
 
- A spare sim card socket adapted to the OnePlus - got from Aliexpress
 
2/ Procedure
 
- Apply adhesive tape all around the socket to prevent small metalic particles to go everywhere and cause short circuits
 
- Use carefully the Dremel to open the sim socket - Image below. Pay attention to the ejection mechanism and let enough material on left and right edges.
 
- Get the required golden pins from the spare sockets by cutting them
 
- Remove adhesive tape
 
- Apply a very small amount of soldering paste below the golden pins
 
- Use the tweezers to place the spare golden pins on the original sim socket
 
- The hot air soldering station set at 250°C, low air speed, will melt the soldering paste
 
- Let everything cool down
 
- Test that new pins are soldered with the tweezers
 
- Adjust the heigth of the other golden pins with the new ones using the tweezers
 
- You're done - image below
 
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Editado por: Tostaki ,

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Hi,
 
I had the same problem. I tried to unsolder the sim card socket with a hot air solder station. Way too risky as there is too much little components around. Overheating them may result random behaviors.
 
Buying a spare motherboard from OnePlus is said not possible.
 
The trick is to replace the damaged pins. Here the way to proceed - We are considering here you already took the motherboard out of the OnePlus One.
 
1/ Needed tools
 
- Office adhesive tape
 
- A Dremel with a diamond cutting disk
 
- Tweezers
 
- Clock repair magnifier
 
- Soldering paste
 
- Hot air soldering station
- A spare sim card socket adapted to the OnePlus - got from Aliexpress
 
- A spare sim card socket adapted to the OnePlus - got from Aliexpress
 
2/ Procedure
 
 
- Apply adhesive tape all around the socket to prevent small metalic particles to go everywhere and cause short circuits
-
-
Use carefully the Dremel to open the sim socket - Image belowbelow. Pay attention to the ejection mechanism and let enough material on left and right edges.
-
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Use carefully the Dremel to open the sim socket - Image belowbelow. Pay attention to the ejection mechanism and let enough material on left and right edges.
- Get the required golden pins from the spare sockets by cutting them
 
- Remove adhesive tape
 
- Apply a very small amount of soldering paste below the golden pins
 
- Use the tweezers to place the spare golden pins on the original sim socket
 
- The hot air soldering station set at 250°C, low air speed, will melt the soldering paste
 
- Let everything cool down
 
- Test that new pins are soldered with the tweezers
 
- Adjust the heigth of the other golden pins with the new ones using the tweezers
 
- You're done - image below
 
[image|592397]
 
[image|592396]
 
[image|592395]

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Editado por: Tostaki ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
I had the same problem. I tried to unsolder the sim card socket with a hot air solder station. Way too risky as there is too much little components around. Overheating them may result random behaviors.
 
Buying a spare motherboard from OnePlus is said not possible.
 
The trick is to replace the damaged pins. Here the way to proceed :

We
- We are considering here you already took the motherboard out of the OnePlus OneOne.
The trick is to replace the damaged pins. Here the way to proceed :

We
- We are considering here you already took the motherboard out of the OnePlus OneOne.
 
1/ Needed tools
 
- AdhesiveOffice adhesive tape
- AdhesiveOffice adhesive tape
- A Dremel with a diamond cutting disk
 
- Tweezers
 
- Clock repair magnifier
 
- Soldering paste
 
- Hot air soldering station
 
- A spare sim card socket adapted to the OnePlus - got from Aliexpress
 
 
2/ Procedure
 
 
- Apply adhesive tape all around the socket to prevent small metalic particles to go everywhere and cause short circuits
 
- Use carefully the Dremel to open the sim socket - Image below
 
- Get the required golden pins from the spare sockets by cutting them
- Remove adhesive tape
- Remove adhesive tape
- Apply a very small amount of soldering paste below the golden pins
 
- Use the tweezers to place the spare golden pins on the original sim socket
 
- The hot air soldering station set at 250°C, low air speed, will melt the soldering paste
 
- Let everything cool down
 
- Test that new pins are soldered with the tweezers
 
- Adjust the heigth of the other golden pins with the new ones using the tweezers
 
- You're done - image below
 
[image|592397]
 
[image|592396]
 
[image|592395]

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Aporte original por: Tostaki ,

Texto:

Hi,

I had the same problem. I tried to unsolder the sim card socket with a hot air solder station. Way too risky as there is too much little components around. Overheating them may result random behaviors.

Buying a spare motherboard from OnePlus is said not possible.

The trick is to replace the damaged pins. Here the way to proceed :

We are considering here you already took the motherboard out of the OnePlus One

1/ Needed tools

- Adhesive tape

- A Dremel with a diamond cutting disk

- Tweezers

- Clock repair magnifier

- Soldering paste

- Hot air soldering station

- A spare sim card socket adapted to the OnePlus - got from Aliexpress

2/ Procedure

- Apply adhesive tape all around the socket to prevent small metalic particles to go everywhere and cause short circuits

- Use carefully the Dremel to open the sim socket - Image below

- Get the required golden pins from the spare sockets by cutting them

- Apply a very small amount of soldering paste below the golden pins

- Use the tweezers to place the spare golden pins on the original sim socket

- The hot air soldering station set at 250°C, low air speed, will melt the soldering paste

- Let everything cool down

- Test that new pins are soldered with the tweezers

- Adjust the heigth of the other golden pins with the new ones using the tweezers

- You're done - image below

[image|592397]

[image|592396]

[image|592395]

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