Smartphone Repair FAQs
Can you fix my smart phone?
Can you fix my tablet or smart watch?
How fast can you fix my phone?
On most shipped-in repairs and for more advanced repairs, we will fix your device within 24 hours. For many common repairs, we can get the job done in as little as 15 minutes!
How much does it cost to replace a phone screen?
Is it cheaper to repair or replace a phone?
Can I repair a phone screen myself?
We strongly recommend against attempting to replace your phone screen yourself. Unless you really know what you’re doing, there’s a solid chance you can ruin your phone beyond repair.
But yes, it’s possible if you’re technically inclined, have the right tools, and don’t mind the risk of completely destroying your phone.
Can you replace my smart phone’s battery?
Batteries only have about a 2-year lifespan before they start losing juice—and less than that for power users.
To make things more difficult, most phones these days have non-removable batteries, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be replaced.
If your battery isn’t holding a charge for long, or it takes a long time to charge, it’s probably time for a new battery.
Contact us here for a quote or just bring it to our store!
What are the most common iPhone and Android problems?
We see all kinds of problems with all kinds of different phones. Here are some of the most common repairs:
- Cracked or broken screens
- Slow charging or not holding a charge
- Water damage
- Freezing, lagging or spontaneously restarting
- Display and feedback issues
- Broken or unresponsive buttons
- Loose charging port
- Speaker and microphone issues
If you’re experiencing any of these issues, contact us here for a quote or just swing by our store.
What if my phone is under warranty?
Most phone manufacturers and major wireless carriers offer a 1-year warranty that covers manufacturer defects. However, these warranties don’t cover physical damage to the phone. In fact, any damage to your phone will likely void the warranty on manufacturer defects—”the damage caused the defect,” is what they say.
If you have purchased additional insurance or protection—either through the manufacturer or your cellular service provider—you may be eligible for free repairs or discounted replacements.