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Topic # 231957 22-Mar-2018 14:18
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Hi all

 

Have a OnePlus 2 which is cosmetically a solid 9/10 everyday of the week, but known issues with phone are..

 

*Screen bleed of some type. If you wanted a replacement screen they are dirt cheap from Ali express, between $20-$30 and are pretty easy to replace. This does not effect the usage of the phone.

 

*Not connecting to mobile network. Maybe a hardware issue with sim card reader or something that is easily fixed with APN settings or flashing a custom ROM, not sure

 

That is pretty much it, can be used as a wifi only device around the house, no problems with connecting to wifi etc.

 

 

 

Wanting $100 ono, pick up CHCH or can ship tracked overnight with NZ couriers or Courier post

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1981547 22-Mar-2018 14:39
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That is not "screen bleed" - it is liquid damage which will explain why it is not connecting to the mobile network.







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  Reply # 1981580 22-Mar-2018 14:44
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Right thanks for that. No idea that was the cause.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1981674 22-Mar-2018 18:08
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Due to the nature of the screen (thanks @michaelmurfy ) and cell coverage issue most likely being more substantial then first realised, price reduced to $70 and free shipping nationwide. Phone connects to wifi as stated so really only use is a wifi only device. Phone has been sitting around as it was replaced due to thinking it had screen bleed and a common issue with no cell coverage on this model phone, looks like a conversation needs to be had with the prime suspect (young daughter) and her co conspirator (wife) who most likely helped her cover it up.


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