Phone-A-Holics is the saving grace for smartphone owners who've shattered a screen or worn out a battery. The shop's savvy technicians draw on their deep knowledge of phones' inner workings as they use delicate tools to make repairs. Customers in a rush can take advantage of the store's one-hour pickup policy, which cuts down on wait time for those who place their orders online or have an exceptionally cool truck.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Smartphone and Jewelry Repairs
Pro Tip: At Qwik 2 Fix, customer satsifaction is our number one priority.
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Smartphone damage usually happens suddenly?a quick lapse in poise leads to cracking your screen on the sidewalk or spitting soda on it during a Buster Keaton film. Luckily, the certified technicians at iDeviceMD work almost as quickly, fixing phones and tablets on the same day, and, oftentimes, while you wait. The team can mend a variety of Apple products, including Macs and iPhones, as well as Samsung smartphones and various tablets. All of these services are covered by a warranty, and no one is charged unless the repair can be completed. Customers can further capitalize on their visits by bringing in old devices for cash.
For more than 10 years, the techs at G3 Electronics Repair have specialized in transforming cracked smartphone and tablet screens into sleek, good-as-new devices. They also fix malfunctioning charging ports, tend to battery issues, and work with laptops and desktop computers.
Our hands are double-edged swords: they allow us to use touchscreens, but they also cause us to drop them on accident. UcRackit Ifixit can help with that downside, however. The dedicated team repairs cracked phone screens, replaces broken LCDs, and removes and rejuvenates batteries in several smartphone models. They also treat damaged tablets, taking care of iPads with glass that cracked after too many sessions of the 'Test Your Headbutt' app.
Nikki helps aspiring business owners and techno mages learn to fix cell phones and tablets in small classes. But it wasn't always that way. Her first store was called Nikki's New Odds and Ends, a one-stop shop for technology, clothing, and other knickknacks. Her stores began to expand across southern states, including Texas, Florida, and not one but two Carolinas. As her business grew, she became proficient in technological repair, and soon began to lead classes for others to enter the field.