You’re walking down the sidewalk, fumbling with an app on your smartphone, and the device tumbles out of your hands. Just like that—the screen is completely shattered. PCS Wireless & Co. gives free estimates for repairs of such issues. In addition, PCS corrects water damage, broken ports, and audio problems and reveals apps wrapped in invisibility cloaks. The store is also an authorized dealer of phones compatible with top networks, such as Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, and can activate prepaid devices.
Like a doctor's office for personal devices, Cosmo Repair keeps gadgets in good health. The company's team replaces the front glass and batteries on today's most popular contraptions, including iPhones, iPads, and iPods as well as devices from other major brands such as Blackberry, HTC, Droid, LG and Samsung. Cosmo Repair's techs can also dive into devices to retrieve data, and they can create personalized cases so you no longer have to carry your phone around in the safety of a baseball mitt.
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From replacing glass to fixing headphone jacks, the technicians at Star Wireless and Repair are well versed in the ins and outs of the latest technology. That encompasses not only the Apple trinity?iPhones, iPads, and iPods?but also Android gadgets by such lauded brands such as Samsung, Motorola, and HTC. Thanks to their appointment-only policy, the team can patch up an iPhone in 30 minutes, an Android device in 45?90 minutes, and, in many cases, a computer in two hours. On the retail end of the spectrum, patrons can listen to tunes on earbuds in customized colors and shield products in personalized cases, including some studded with rhinestones or glitter bombed by a passing tooth fairy.