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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your OnePlus 5, use our service manual.

    Final Thoughts
    • 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.
    Repairability Score
    7
    Repairability 7 out of 10
    (10 is easiest to repair)

16 Comments

Wow!! it is good, thank you.

Kaye - Reply

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 - Reply

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

David Sepúlveda - Reply

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 - Reply

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