This summer I dropped my venerable (? 6 years old) #OnePlus 2 one time too many and the screen cracked. I intend to #repair it but it is hard to find the replacement part at a price I can justify. This has mostly to do with import duties and shipping etc on non-eu goods.
Does anyone have experience with it? Or know of similar EU-based online stores with spare parts?
@rra Watch out for the little window for the proximity sensor on the top of the phone. I got an aftermarket screen for my oneplus 2 that lacked this window, and it causes surprisingly big problems. For example, I can no longer use the phone to call most commercial lines without a bluetooth headset, because the screen stays black during the call and I cannot select numbers for robot systems. And I could not hang up, so I had to map the power-button to hang up calls, which now leads to more accidental hang-ups. Etc! It's a tiny hardware detail that apparently some manufacturers forget
@rra I have had decent luck using eBay and filtering search to EU or germany-based sellers. Quality is a bit of a gamble but most of the established ones will not scam you.
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