OEM Wifi Bluetooth Module 1525/1653 for Xbox ONE

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Pull from a working Xbox ONE 1540
Xbox ONE Wifi Bluetooth module 1525 - Gamers Repair

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Due to the symptoms of this product and the Wifi Bluetooth Module Connector Cable being very similar, we recommend replacing both parts at the same time to cover any unforeseen issues.


You are viewing the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) replacement Internal Wifi/Bluetooth Module for the Microsoft Xbox ONE model 1540.  The wifi module has been known to resolve problems such as the Xbox ONE not connecting to Wifi, Xbox ONE dropping internet connection or Xbox Live, or even Xbox ONE not syncing controllers.


  • Model: 1525 or 1653
  • OEM: Microsoft
Xbox ONE Wifi Bluethooth 1525

Installs In A Snap!

  • Direct replacement.
  • Plugs into place.
  • No soldering or de-soldering

Our Internal Wifi Module installs in a snap!  It is an OEM direct replacement for the Xbox ONE 1540 model so it fits directly into the Xbox ONE enclosure, and simply plugs into place.  No need for de-soldering or soldering connection cables.  To install just plug the wifi module into the Wifi module connector cable & mount (sold separately), the plug the wifi connector cable into the motherboard, and screw into place.  Reassemble your Xbox ONE console, and you’re all done!


  • The 1525 Internal Wifi Module fits ALL 1540 Xbox ONE models.
Compatible replacements
  • Compatible with 1653

Please check your Xbox ONE systems model type BEFORE ordering any parts from us.  This will save you time and extra headache down the road.

Certified Tested and True

This is a High-quality OEM part tested via a certified process.

We stand behind this product 100%, and guarantee it for a full 180 Days from the date of delivery.

Please see our customer service section for more information on warranties or returns.

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  • 5
    WiFi board

    Posted by Wayne on Jan 18th 2018

    Worked like a charm, no more random disconnecting of the controllers.