Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the repair smartphone.
We repair all smartphones available in the market including Apple, HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Blackberry, Nokia and Huawei smartphones.
Yes, no problem, please walk in to the store and bring your device, or mail it to us.
Yes you can, give us a call and describe your problem and we will see what we could do for you.
You can mail-in anything listed on our site. If you have any questions or your device is not listed please call and our technicians will assist you.
We only need your device, do not include accessories, the original packaging as this will only increase shipping cost. Any other information we need will be provided from the mail-in form.
It is recommended. We need the passcode in order to test your phone after the repair. If you do not wish to provide your passcode, certain phone functions won’t be tested such us camera, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, and therefore can’t be verified by us to work.
No we do not need your SIM card but without it we cannot fully test your device.
Do not turn on your device. It’s best if you bring it the next day or even the same day, as we will have a better chance of repairing it. Of course if you can’t make it to one of our locations, try to dry it out, then bring or mail your device to one of our locations.
The easiest answer to that question is to simply call us at one of our locations so our technicians can diagnose the problem.
Water damage repairs generally take between 24 and 72 hours to complete depending on the level of damage. This estimate can vary, however, depending on the extent of the damage to the logic board and other components.
Yes, any non responsiveness your phone is suffering due to a drop will be corrected with the Glass & Digitizer repair, as the Digitizer that is being replaced is the part responsible for all touch functionality. Check out our glass replacement article to learn more about broken glass and the repair process.
If the actual screen of the phone is bleeding, white, or has any dead pixels then you’re going to need to select the LCD & Glass option as the LCD has suffered irreversible damage. Still not sure? Send a picture of the current condition of the phone while it is powered on to email@example.com and we will do our best to diagnose it.
Yes, the glass replacement service will replace the entire glass face, so the extent of the damage to the previous glass does not matter.