A single human hair is a monstrosity compared to the WaterShieldPRO's protective coating. The system encapsulates phones, tablets, hearing aids, and other devices in a layer that's 1,000 times smaller than those strands that mysteriously sprout from a person's head. Though undetectable, these electronics have undergone a transformation. They can now resist damage from submersion, spills, rains, or other encounters with liquids. The same coating also guards headphones, keyless car entry fobs, and other electronic devices.
Techs administer this WaterShieldPRO coating within a plasma chamber under vacuum, keeping out dust or microscopic debris. They can complete this process by dropping off the device at various locations in the DFW metro area.
The technicians at Rescue Tronics fix both obvious and subtle problems, from cracked phone screens to buttons that won't press. They handle tablets, phones, and laptops from brands such as Apple and Samsung, keeping the most commonly needed parts on hand for quick turnaround times. Their services can address water damage, malfunctioning charging ports, and loss of data?they even try to reverse failed DIY solutions, such as replacing a dead cell phone battery with a small potato. Customers can either find a nearby store or mail in their device for repair.
Electronics physicians at Dr. Cell Phone revive technological investments with original replacement parts and a three-day turnaround time. Cell-phone and computer specialists repair cracked screens, casing damage, and malfunctioning keys and address other common mobile-device maladies such as out-of-style ringtones. In addition to treating every single model of brands such as BlackBerry, Nokia, and Motorola, phone techs seamlessly repair screens and LCD components for iPhones 3G, 3GS, 4, or 4S and cracked iPads. Each customer—whether they drop by for a walk-in appointment or send their phone through the mail—receives a repair-order number to check in on their electronic pets, as well as a 30-day warranty on all parts, scratch 'n' sniff upgrades, and labor. In addition to handheld devices, The Dr. Laptop branch fixes up personal computers.