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Review: OnePlus 5T

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zengqcan

May 9, 2018, 1:42 AM
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OnePlus 5T screen

Hello! My screen just broke when my OnePlus 5T (Midnight black 64G) fell down to the floor in the way that the screen faced the floor and crashed all in little crystal pieces. I'm hunting online for a solution and find a tutorial. Do you think it is difficult to replace the screen?
It is said that OnePlus inverted the screen on the OnePlus 5T, which resulted in a subtle jelly scrolling effect. After 6 months of upgrading, the jelly scroll effect is still there. System upgrades didn't solve the problem. I hope a new screen could solve the problem.
Mark_S

Nov 30, 2017, 2:27 PM
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LTE

Every conceivable LTE band except for band 71.
Still pretty good, I ordered and canceled the 5t, reason, I bought an Essential Phone. $428 with sales tax, the phone came, the camera was on back order, canceled the camera, the EP-1 came to $292 with sales tax. I know it's a touch and go with Esse...
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ReschDMD

Dec 16, 2017, 10:52 AM

OP 5T notification light

I have had my OP 5T for a few weeks now and I really like it (coming from a Nexus 6p), but I wanted to clarify something on the notification light from the review.

With OxygenOS you can pick one of 8 colors for notifications and opt to turn on or off per app (e.g. you want SMS to flash, but not weather channel), but it is just one color. The review makes it sound like you can pick colors for various things: "There's also an LED indicator light, which can be set to blink specific colors for specific types of messages or other notifications."
In practice 3 of the color choices are "battery full, battery charging, battery low" and the 4th choice is "default notification."
to clarify- this is not like Cyanogen in the OP One where you had ...
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