Cracked screens. Faulty ports. Phones that tried to learn to swim, but failed. The technicians at Direct Mobile Repairs have seen myriad smartphone mishaps,?and are equipped to replace broken screens and swap out components to return gadgets to working order.
No device goes unfixed at Back In The Game, a repair hub for game consoles, phones, and other tech gear. The shop's services are many, from repairing frozen Xbox 360s to replacing cracked screens on iPhones and iPads. The team also handles scratched DVDs and can teach Playstation 2s how to read disks again after a long summer vacation. And those looking for new and refurbished goods can turn to Back In The Game's stock of consoles, laptops, and accessories.
The committed technicians at uBreakiFix restore fragile pocket appliances and entertainment consoles with an arsenal of original manufacturers' OEM parts and 15-minute service times. The repair team reunites customers with fresh new screens for HTC Evo 4G, iPhone 4, or iPhone 3G smartphones along with 90-day warranties. While waiting for trusty telephones, customers can enjoy lounging in a comfortable waiting area with TV screens and friendly staff members who serve caviar and wear tuxedo T-shirts. In addition to screen replacement, the circuit surgeons can provide water-damage diagnostics for iPads, game consoles, and Apple computers that have been waterlogged after haphazardly trying to surf the web.
The good news: smartphones have made our lives more convenient and interconnected than any point in human history. The bad news: when your smartphone breaks, you're basically sent back to the Stone Age. Enter Gadget Geeks, a crew of mobile repair experts dedicated to fixing what ails your phone. Lauded by DNAinfo Chicago and Fox 32 for their expertise and expedient work, the Gadget Geeks breathe life back into Apple and Samsung products affected by physical cracks or internal crashes. They also sell a full range of smartphone accessories, including cases, chargers, and "Sorry I dropped you in the margarita I was Instagramming" cards.
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all major brands, including Apple, Samsung, Nokia, and Motorola, 1st Comm's technicians keep mobile devices in good repair. The team addresses both hardware and software concerns, replacing cracked screens, fixing water damage, and troubleshooting faulty batteries. And, as the technicians get to work, customers can pass the time by perusing the shop's retail selection of mobile devices and phone accessories.
iFixandRepair's technicians know how to fix a variety of smartphones, as well as Macs, gaming consoles, and tablets. They also carry a variety of accessories, including faceplates and shield cases in more than 1,500 colors and styles, Bluetooth technology, and OtterBox cases, which are great for those who tend to drop their phone a lot, instead of treating it like an egg baby. While in the store, customers can also sell their old phones for cash.