Introduction

The motherboard is the life of your smartphone. When your smart phone has lost its smarts, this is the guide to replace the coveted motherboard.

Insert the plastic opening tool into the crevice. The back cover is most easily opened by starting at this location.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool into the crevice. The back cover is most easily opened by starting at this location.

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In the photo we rotated the phone ninety degrees counterclockwise.
  • In the photo we rotated the phone ninety degrees counterclockwise.

  • Gently slide the plastic opening tool around the edge of the phone to release the back cover from the phone. You may hear some snapping noises as you release the back cover.

  • The rear case should then come free.

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  • Remove the six 4mm long screws holding the motherboard in with the ph0 Phillips head screw driver.

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  • Use the tweezers or your fingers to remove the sliver plates.

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  • Remove the black plate with your fingers.

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  • Use tweezers or your fingers to pull up the connector tabs.

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  • Use the blue opening tool to carefully pry the battery from the sticky tape that attaches it to the device.

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  • Use tweezers or fingers to remove the three connector tabs.

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  • Use tweezers or your fingers to remove the motherboard.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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3 Comments

how much is the mother board for oppo f1

gillianrain28 - Reply

Hi,I used a wrong car charger on my oppo n1 in the wrong port and since then my phone went off and never turns on.

Can I I sent the unit to you for repair?

danjuma kolo - Reply

I used a round pin car charger at the earpiece port of my oppo n1…and the phone went off…tiok it for repair but still not working…can u be off assistance

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