Step 2. Take the cover of the S-Pen Detection sensor off with a tweezer.
Step 3. Once the cover is off, you can take the spring and the S-Pen detection plastic lever out. We are actually replacing the plastic lever and the spring as that’s what breaks, not the actual sensor.
Step 4. With your new spring and plastic lever, get ready to put it back on the phone by putting the spring on the lever first. The short side of the spring goes on right and long side goes on the left.
Step 5. Put the spring and plastic lever assembly back onto the S-Pen detection sensor carefully.
If should look like below:
Step 6. Snap the cover back on and re-assemble your Note 5.
Step 7. Before putting the glass back on, test and see if your S-Pen detection sensor works. If it works, congratulations! You’ve fixed your S-Pen Detection sensor.
At the time of making this video, there’s no replacement parts you can order but since #SPenGate is such a widely-known issue, you should be able to buy the parts soon on places like eBay, Amazon, etc…etc…