IF YOUR PHONE HAS A BROKEN FRONT GLASS, NON-RESPONSIVE BUTTONS, A BROKEN CAMERA, WE CAN FIX IT IN HOUSE
We have a huge backlog of phone repairs but we can recommend the The Phone Xchange at Unit 6 Kingscourt, Bridge St, Walsall WS1 1JA if your in a rush.
The human heart is a fragile thing, and nothing puts a sudden load on your heart like the moment you accidentally drop your phone, and it falls face down on the floor; the suspense is real, and it is not nice. When you pick your phone back up, you’ll either be thoroughly relieved or you’ll be running to a phone repair shop close to you and hope that it doesn’t cost you way too much money. Shops that can fix phone screen usually do so by installing a new unit or glass panel from the manufacturer, and that can be a little expensive.
Fortunately, though, a lot of stores offer cheap screen repair by salvaging screens off of phones that no longer work. You can even sell your old phone to such shops; they’ll buy it for parts even if it’s completely dead. Broken screens are so common that there just had to be cheaper ways found to fix it; some shops will even tell you that they have counterfeit screens for you and a lot of people would be more than happy to buy them despite the fact that they’re not very reliable.
Although cell phone screen repairs aren’t hard to find anymore, here are a few steps that you can take to avoid having a broken screen on your phone in the first place.
Violation of the smartphone after falling or getting into different types of liquids.
Damage to the touch-screen – touch-screen.
Damage to maintain the integrity of the display.
Damage to the integrity of the loop.
Damage to the memory card holder and SIM card.
Damage to speakers and microphones.
Repair new camera mobile phones and used guaranteed;
Get a tempered glass protector
We’ve been pasting clear films on our phones to keep the screen free of scratched even before the smartphone became the standard phone to have; however, these films only kept your screen’s glass free of scratches and not safe from fall damage or heavy objects. Tempered glass screen protectors can do both; they take the damage in your screen’s stead and can be replaced when broken. They have a clear film on the side that sticks to your screen, which prevents cracks from reaching your phone’s glass.
While a tempered glass can save your phone from having a broken screen when it falls face down, a shockproof case can save you from having to pay a fortune for cell phone repair altogether. If your phone lands on its side, it can bust open, break the screen and suffer internal shock damage at the same time. A good case can reduce the chances of this happening greatly and in the long run, and the great news is, they come in so many designs and colours that you can accessorise your phone with them too!
In all honesty, the best thing you can do to avoid phone repair is to make sure that your phone doesn’t break in the first place. Realize that your phone wasn’t cheap to buy and that you need to be careful with where you put it and how you handle it. We’ve seen folks who never use any damage protection for their phones, yet their phones never have a mark on them, and they never need to pay for phone repair.
Prevention – a mobile phone clean from dust and dirt, restore the appearance;
Change the software (for cell phone, PDA, smartphone – flashing).
Removal of viruses and malicious programs round the clock;