Enlevez le tiroir SIM.
  • Enlevez le tiroir SIM.

  • A l'aide d'un outil d'ouverture en plastique, séparez délicatement la coque arrière du corps principal du téléphone. Soyez très prudent au niveau de la fente de la carte SIM et aux autres endroits fragiles.

  • Vous pouvez rencontrer une certaine résistance en raison des clips de verrouillage situés sur le rebord interne du smartphone. Ne vous inquiétez pas. Déplacez délicatement l'outil d'ouverture dans une seule direction plutôt que de zigzaguer d'un endroit à l'autre.

  • De haut en bas, de gauche à droite, dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre ou dans le sens inverse des aiguilles d'une montre. Une fois que vous avez fait le tour de la moitié de l'appareil, la coque est facilement démontable à la main.

  • Il est très important de ne pas essayer d'enlever la batterie de l'appareil à ce stade sans procéder aux étapes suivantes ! Il s'agit d'une batterie intégrée qui peut facilement être endommagée ou détruite si les étapes ne sont pas respectées.

It doesn't mention you have to remove SIM tray first.

pawel - Réponse

I used the #0 for the rear panel screws. The #00 is too small and will slip, stripping the screws if you're not extra careful.

anonymous 2668 - Réponse

where can i buy the battery??

Shaun Davis - Réponse

Has anyone answered this? I am looking too.

Elie Daou -

They sell it on here, although I found mine on eBay.

Roger -

Aliexpress for $9 (original)

David van Ballegooijen -

The last three hidden screws are a !&&* of a time consumer to remove. probably you would need only a certain type of tweezers - I got stuck at midway and now I cannot get go have my phone detect the sim card either probably because the six screws are removed. I can now turn the phone back on but with no service or wifi connections are detected. This phone is a disaster!

Manan Shah - Réponse

Ivdid that too but son in law found I had reinstalled sim card in backwards or upside down.

wildcat75666 -

Where did you buy the micro USB piece? Thanks a lot!

Davide Rota - Réponse

EBay. I bought new battery cause old ibe was dead would not charge. Just ordered new cables fit 9.00 something free shipping. Anyway hope this fixes problem cause new battery did not fix problems.

wildcat75666 -

I was able to open going from the microusb slot and working my way around. The corners are tough, though.

Roger - Réponse

in my phone the battery was glued with double sided adhesive tape, only on the right side. I pried the left side up first, and carefully removed the battery. to lift the battery I used first used a suction cup(?) followed by a plectrum like tool to lift te battery, and keep it lifted

Eelco Busch - Réponse

A word of caution: the back panel is harder to remove than you might think. Especially because you may be removing the *screen* by mistake. When you have a "grip" with the tool make sure the metallic border is not coming off with it, and when you have removed enough to be able to lift the panel, make sure it isn't attached by ribbons - in that case you've been removing the screen. A good idea is to gently press your finger nail against the weak plastic located between the back and the SIM slot, and going up and down and sideways until you hear a click. Then you can start from there with the opening tool. As recommended be very gentle around the SIM slot.

Menahem Julien Raccah Lisei - Réponse

Where do I get the plastic opening tool?

Julie Hejducek - Réponse

Retirez les caches en plastique à l'aide d'une pincette.
  • Retirez les caches en plastique à l'aide d'une pincette.

  • Retirez les trois vis de 3,175 mm qui se trouvent sous ces caches. Utilisez un tournevis cruciforme #00.

  • Utilisez le même tournevis pour retirer les six autres vis de 3,175 mm.

The plugs are annoying to open for the first time. They're shaped like little pegs, but I was able to poke at them with screwdrivers enough to open.

Roger - Réponse

the best spot to start prying the cover open is at the cable outlet for the power/volume buttons (careful not to dameage the wires)

Marius137 - Réponse

A needle works best to remove the plugs.

Stan Barton - Réponse

I second this. I used a sewing pin and the plugs came out in no time!

Liam Ong -

Be careful not to displace the rear camera when replacing the motherboard cover.

Liam Ong - Réponse

when I lifted the motherboard cover the battery cable stuck on it so that I lifted both, the plastic cover and the cable - step 4 below was not necessary to perform. Be careful!

Rene Hommel - Réponse

  • À l'aide d'un outil d'ouverture en plastique, soulevez délicatement le cache en plastique noir et retirez-le du téléphone.

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  • Après avoir retiré le cache de la carte mère, on constate que la batterie est intacte et qu'elle est reliée à la carte mère par une nappe noire.

  • A l'aide d'une spatule, commencez délicatement à soulever la batterie par le côté opposé à la nappe. La batterie est fixée par un adhésif de haute qualité qui maintient celle-ci dans son emplacement. Procédez avec prudence.

  • Cette batterie n'est pas encastrée dans une coque dure, elle est donc molle. Il vous faut faire attention durant le retrait de celle-ci afin de ne pas causer de dommages irréversibles.

This took a ton of force to remove from the adhesive!

Also I was able to take off the cable before removing the battery.

Roger - Réponse

Is it OK to use the battery if I bent it during removal? I had to 'iron' it flat, but I think it might still be useable...

Henry Annand - Réponse

the best way to remove the battery is to lever the left side up from the bottom and remove it from the glue with an old credit card

Marius137 - Réponse

Do this! it comes up very easily this way. All the adhesive is on the right side.

Daniel ONeill -

Great suggestion with a card to remove the battery!

Jeff Mack -

I second Dangerous Picture's suggestion. I found it very helpful to remove the ribbon from the dock (it was easy to do) before trying to remove the battery.

Stan Barton - Réponse

on my phone extensive use of glue was concentrated on just one side (right hand side). Not impossible to remove, little tricky

Rene Hommel - Réponse

  • Une fois la batterie dégagée, utilisez notre si pratique spatule noire afin de déconnecter la nappe de celle-ci. Opération réussie !

  • Vous pouvez débrancher la batterie avant de la sortir afin de la retirer plus facilement.

For step 4, the connection to the battery should always be done as soon as possible so after removing the back plate to the board would be ideal.

Otherwise, very thorough so far!

Duc - Réponse

Thought I was going to snap my battery in half but patience and slight pressure did the trick.

Also agreeing the battery should be disconnected as soon as possible.

Rasmus Beck - Réponse

From where do I procure a new battery for it?????????

Roderick Edric Chandra - Réponse

très bon tuto ,aucun problème si vous suivez la procédure ,bravo et merci

antoine v - Réponse

There are several connectors to the motherboard. In the picture above, one connector above and, below the screw thread, three more connectors. Be careful to reconnect any connectors accidentally disconnected while disconnecting / removeing the battery. In my case the connector shown at the top of the row came unconnected.

Jörg Thiesemann-Bihn - Réponse

salut, pour moi le connecteur à la nappe était collé au cache en plastique qui couvrait la carte mère … mais le reste s’est bien passé.

Merci pour le tuto !

Didaf Wazir - Réponse

  • Une fois la batterie retirée, utilisez le spudger pour débrancher les rubans restants.

  • Notez qu'il existe deux rubans latéraux, un de chaque côté (volume haut / bas et alimentation), et un ruban supérieur ainsi que ceux du compartiment de la batterie.

the digitizer ribbon connector has a small plastic piece that blocks the connector from being removed through the slit. make sure to remove it (simple push with an opening tool). then you can remove the connector/ribbon cable.

Michael Jubran - Réponse

All the ribbons came off easily after I found them, save for the volume buttons. Iended up tearing the ribbon trying to maneuver it out with the motherboard itself. Do you guys have any tips for removing the volume control ribbons? They seem to be held down by tiny extrusions in the phone.

Crazy Joe - Réponse

Use extreme caution with the side ribbons. I've just destroyed my Volume Buttons as I tried to get the ribbon off.

adenoid2 - Réponse

Another method for the side ribbons (power/volume) is desoldering the connectors - since I couldn't find any promising way to detach the buttons without damage I took this route and had success. Also note that you do not need to remove the mainboard and cameras for replacing the screen - a slight tilt should be enough to access the top ribbon (which belongs to the display assembly and has to be removed) so the side ribbons can stay in place.

Florian Knodt - Réponse

I removed the side ribbon for the volume buttons is really easy by using the plastic tool between the two volume buttons in direction from up (backside of the phone) to down (screen of the phone). Trying to remove it from the volume down direction end of the cable almost destroyed the volume down button, so don’t try it

Hristo Kovachev - Réponse

  • Après avoir retiré les rubans, il y a une dernière vis. Une fois que vous avez supprimé ceci, la carte mère est facilement sélectionnée avec un spudger.

    • C'est la seule vis qui diffère en taille. Cette vis est un philips 00, 3.00 mm. en longueur.

After removing the final screw that holds the motherboard in place, do not just lift away the motherboard. The antenna is fixed to the back of the motherboard in the bottom right corner. Lift the motherboard from the top, leaving the bottom part of the motherboard (the part that is nearest the battery) close to the phone body. The antenna is a black wire that runs from the motherboard around the right side of the battery recess. It is held to the back side of the motherboard by a small, round, brass-coloured connector. It can be unclipped from the motherboard using a small pair of tweezers.

Blenk - Réponse

There is a little tape in the battery box keep the antenna in place.

You can remove the tape and have a few centimeters of antenna free in case you accidentally disconnect it.

It is !&&* of a fiddeling to connect it again but it is feasible

Jan Seidel -

The final screw is a Phillips 000

Jan Seidel - Réponse

After my second assembly replacement I realised it is not necessary to completely remove the motherboard. Just lift it from the top enough to navigate the top ribbon on the assembly through the chassis and therefore avoid any possible damage to the power and volume flex.

mlin75 - Réponse

  • Une fois que la carte mère a été retirée, retirez simplement la caméra arrière avec un pinceau ou une pince à angle.

you don't need to remove the front or rear camera - once the motherboard is free, nothing else has to be done to it.

fudgyhoops1 - Réponse

The camera may fall off as the connector is pretty slack.

You don't have to remove it but be careful not drop or lose it

Jan Seidel - Réponse

  • Une fois que la carte mère a été enlevée, retirez simplement la caméra frontale hors de son connecteur avec une pince ou une pince à angle.

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  • Une fois la carte mère et les autres pièces connectées déconnectées, appliquez de la chaleur à l'écran / panneau du téléphone

    • Nous avons utilisé un iOpener pour ce guide, mais vous pouvez également utiliser un pistolet à chaleur ou un sèche-cheveux pour cette étape.

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  • Une fois que la chaleur a été appliquée, utilisez un médiator d'ouverture pour retirer l'écran du cadre. Bien qu'un outil d'ouverture bleue soit préféré, vous pouvez également utiliser un choix de guitare ou un outil en plastique dur semblable.

  • Maintenant, retirez simplement l'écran du corps du téléphone et séparez-le.

  • Regarde ça! Il y a un petit cadre pour positionner l'affichage. Il se trouve sur le carrefour rond demi-épaisseur de l'affichage que vous voyez. Placez l'outil là-bas pour ouvrir ou vous devez d'abord coller le support de positionnement sur le téléphone, puis collez l'écran sur le cadre.

New display from aliexpress does NOT have copper strips!!

Will it work?

PopeMike - Réponse

I got one from e-trade-supply without the copper and it worked!

Michael Jubran -

Yep, the copper is just for additional an ESD ground. There are more than enough solder points on the LCD's back plate that you don't need to worry about additional ground, it's just something added in as a precaution.

Craig Jessup -

Thanks for the guide, sadly one of the motherboard screws on mine is stripped out... mine was dropped into a toilet, and after replacing the battery it works great, except there is very bright areas on the screen, which I'm suspecting is trapped water or something. Can you not remove the screen with the mother board in place? I'm attempting to see if I can remove the water.

James Fox - Réponse

be careful not to remove the plastic bezel/frame connecting the lcd to the phone body. insert the guitar pick between the lcd glass and the plastic bezel.

Michael Jubran - Réponse

Why can't you just remove the battery, disconnect the display connector and ultimately remove the screen without disassembling the whole phone ?

Piet Petrus - Réponse

That's actually a very reasonable question ...

The risk of damaging or misconnecting while reassembling would diminsh substantiually !

Stefan Van pellicom -

Watch it!!!

There is a tiny tiny frame to position the display. It is located on roundabout half the thickness of the display you see. Place the tool there to pry open or you will have to glue the positioning frame onto the phone first and then glue the display to the frame.

I actually used a sharp cutter to get in between before using the pick to lift the display. works totally easy but you have to watch your fingers

Jan Seidel - Réponse

Great guide but could do with some info on reassembly, specifically how to attach the new screen. I used this

"1mm X 50M Double Sided extremly strong Tape adhesive For LCDGlass Mobile Phone" bought from eBay for £3

Jon Davey - Réponse

Before I could get the top screen ribbon through the phone body, I had to remove a grey plastic filler by pushing through from the screen side. I never bothered to reattach this filler when reassembling.

Jon Davey - Réponse

Bless you for this comment. I was just worrying about that when it popped out.

Matt Ludwig -

Will the new screen sit nicely on the body without glue? Can I just pop it on or do I need some glue? If so, how much?

dhanny_101 - Réponse

You need to buy some double sided adhesive strips/tape. I use this: https://www.banggood.com/3Pcs-Double-Sid...

Cal Barnes -

Bro how about the silver will strip attached to display..where will I get???

dhananjay dhanu - Réponse


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This was actually a lot easier than the guide makes it sound. I would suggest adding that you will need 1mm two sided foam tape to hold the screen in place.

Christopher Tettam - Réponse

0.o i did not know i'll need foam tape too. thanks a ton for suggestion.. i wld have just startef without tape to end up with a loose phone

vikrant1011 - Réponse


Thanks a lot for this guide.

I bought the lcd assembly from ebay and tried replacing it. But there is very thin plastic ring around the assembly which on removal is bent and seems non reusable. Now the new assembly I have bought doesnot have the plastic ring around it. How to make sure that this ring is not bent or damaged ..? I hope you are able to understand my point..:) The new replacement assembly doesnot have that thin plastic copper type ring. While removing old assembly, it comes along. Am I missing on anything ..? Thanks in advance for help

manjo3311 - Réponse

I encountered the same issue. I actually removed the entire plastic frame with the old LCD. I had to gently remove it from the lcd, clean out the glue on it from both sides and on the phone body where it sits. try to straighten it out by bending it. After that I added dual sided tape on the phone body and added the frame on to it. and then only did I manage to put more dual sided tape on the upper side in order to glue the LCD onto it. I don't feel 100% comofortable with this solution so I recommend getting a case that will cover the sides of the lcd to prevent it from falling out in case the phone falls.

Michael Jubran -

If you are wondering why the phone keeps dropping your cellular network connection, check if you forgot to reconnect either or both ends of the antenna cable. One is on the bottom side of the motherboard, lower right corner and the other is on the lower right corner of the phone casing.

Michael Christiansen - Réponse

stating to remove the buttons before pulling the board would have been nice. I now have a broken power button cable assuming that when it said "the board can be removed" it meant i had nothing else to do.

I now have a dead phone.

csbenit0 - Réponse

I made the same mistake. I came up with the following solution: http://gatlin.tumblr.com/post/1320946419...

rokenrolfeisbu -


I just fount a very nice seller, their LCD replacement looks nice. Now my Oneplus One is alive again, the color is bright, just looks the same as before!

Matthew Gallardo - Réponse

Are steps 7 and 8 needed if I just want to replace the screen ?

Why did you remove the cameras from the motherboard?

bhumitra - Réponse

Actually: You don't need to remove the motherboard. There is a small plastic tab on top of the motherboard, where the ribbon/connector comes around the edge. Remove that, and the other ribbon/connector for the display at the bottom of the motherboard. Turn the phone around, and remove the display.

To assemble, you need either a glue or double-sided foam tape for the display

jungelassen - Réponse

The article is good but not perfect, for example I dont need to remove the camera to replace the screen! Also I was about to commit the same mistake that csbenit0 said, this is because it wasn't included it in the guide! but luckly the power button is working.

Muhamad Alfaifi - Réponse

c spadire il mio telefono comprato da vo i il modello e ono plus one si e rotto il sispley con il vetro mi puoi inviare lindirizzo x spedirlo x ripararlo

gennaromorra1951 - Réponse

mi si e rotto il tele fono comprato da voi e un onuplus one e si e rotto il displey con il vetro e possibile darmi lindirizzo x spedirlo x ripararlo

gennaromorra1951 - Réponse

Is there anyway to fix a broken power button?

Roni Akbas Deniz - Réponse

Skip the steps regarding removal of the motherboard. one you have removed the battery unplug the LCD and Digitizer cables, then heat and remove screen (remembering to remove plastic grommet holding digitizer cable in place).

As well as saving a lot of time this will also help people to avoid damaging the Volume/Power flexes - as this seems to be a common issue for people on here.

Whole repair took 10 minutes to complete, this guide definitely helped though so well done!

Sam Lees - Réponse

How did you fit the top LIF cable out from behind the motherboard, though? It seems the connector is wider than the hole...

ifixit3 -

i fixed the displayafter assemble the display was not working means its comeing just a litile bit of lightand vibrations only,nt working,,,whats the problem

Sai Ganesh - Réponse

Could I utilize this to replace my screen?

Becky Jesse - Réponse

Hi, Thanks for the really informative tutorial. I replaced my screen and it gives image but the thouch doesn't really work. (only in the bottom right corner and swiping) Any idea if this could be my fault in the assembly or did I just buy a malfunctioning screen?

Ronen - Réponse

I did everthing as described above. I got no indicator lights and no visual but the LCD shows backlight bleed (So the screen seems to have power but nothing else). Apparently I damaged sth. Any idea what that might be?

Christoph Kröppl - Réponse

Indicator lights are active now - maybe the battery is just really very empty?

Christoph Kröppl -

Well either the display was DOA or I damaged one of the 2 display connectors.

Christoph Kröppl -

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