Though the certified technicians at Charlotte Cellular Doctor have been restoring mobile devices for more than 17 years, they use up-to-date technology to fix gadgets on the fritz. The electronic experts restore high-tech digitizers on tablets, repair cracked LCD screens on iPhones, and undo water damage on all types of mobile devices that have been accidentally dropped in a puddle or spat on by sailors. In addition to renewing shiny smartphone screens, they also restore busted chargers and ports and diagnose and repair signal and reception issues.
Whether it's a cracked screen, virus, or hand, foot, and mouse disease, CPR Cell Phone Repair North Carolina is prepared to quickly diagnose and cure beloved electronic devices. The business began as a walk-in cell-phone repair shop in Orlando in 1997. In the years since, it has expanded its electronics expertise. Technicians now not only fix smartphones, tablets, computers, and iPods and MP3 players, but also game systems and other gadgets. If, however, patrons prefer to skip repairs, they can instead participate in CPR's Buy, Sell, Trade program.
CPR Cell Phone Repair brings gadgets back to life with a variety of services. Its deft team repairs phones suffering from maladies such as water damage, cracked screens, and charging issues. Gamers take solace in CPR’s ability to expertly handle the popularly named “ring of death” that can plague consoles. They also repair LCD screens for tablets and laptops. Customer can mail in their gadgets, drop them off at the store, or sit comfortably and wait while their devices are fixed.
The tech specialists at Tekcomm doctor indispensible gadgets with reliable service and quick turnaround. Screen and lens repairs heal cracked iPhones from accidental drops on the pavement or intentional hurling during phone-fights. Talented technicians also restore laptops or desktops to working order and patch up digital cameras. In addition to mending dented and broken devices with expert fixings and overhauls, Tekcomm equips customers with a wealth of electronic wares, such as used phones ($24.99+) or brand-new OEM LG Bluetooth pieces ($19.99+), which keep hands free to wave flags during combination semaphore/cell phone conversations.