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OnePlus 5 USB Type-C port / headphone jack module Removal & Replacement

In this guide, we are going to show you how to remove the OnePlus 5 USB Type-C port/headphone jack module on OnePlus 5 smartphone. These removal instructions made into 4 easy to follow steps.

The full teardown of the OnePlus 5 can be found here.

Repair Tools Needed:
T1 screwdriver
1.5*25mm Phillips screwdriver
Suction cup
SIM Card Eject Tool

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1. Removing the SIM card tray and two screws

Powered off the OnePlus 5 and remove the SIM card tray use the SIM card eject tool.
OnePlus 5 SIM card tray

Remove two screws close to USB Type-C port with a T1 screwdriver.
open OnePlus 5 back cover

2. Open the back cover

Open the back cover a little bit with a suction cup.
open OnePlus 5 back cover

Insert a spudger between the back cover and the display assembly, and slide the spudger along the display edge to release the back cover from the fuselage.
open OnePlus 5 back cover

3. Removing the back cover

Remove the screws with a 1.5*25mm Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the metal plate.
In order to protect the hardware, we need to disconnect the battery connector first, and then disconnect the USB Type-C connector.
disconnect the battery connector and USB-C connector

You can see the USB Type-C and the 3.5mm headphone jack on the back cover.
OnePlus 5 back cover

4. Removing the USB Type-C port/headphone jack module

Remove two screws securing the USB Type-C port.
Remove two screws securing the 3.5mm headphone jack.
remove the oneplus 5 USB-C

remove the oneplus 5 USB-C

This module is fixed on the back cover with double-sided adhesive, and the whole module can be removed by slowly removing the soft cable from the back cover.
remove the USB Type-C port and headphone jack module

oneplus 5 USB Type-C port and headphone jack module

You can find the full OnePlus 5 Teardown here. Other parts replacement tutorial, please visit the OnePlus 5 repair guide category.

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David Tian

David is the editor @ MyFixGuide. He loves technology, especially good at laptops and mobile phones. In his free time, he loves to take apart the latest mobile phones and laptops.

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