We can repair most mobile phone problems. We repair on-site and the phones are not sent away. This means that we can offer fast repairs. We realise that a mobile phone is usually more than just a phone these days; we use them for emails, apps, photos, contacts etc. Therefore, we endeavour to offer the fastest turnaround for repairs that is available.
We operate a no fix – no fee policy.
We can fix most problems you might have with your mobile, tablet or other device, below is a list of some of the more common problems we fix:
This is one of the most common problems, with mobile screens becoming becoming both larger and thinner the trade off is generally a more fragile device, small drop or impact can result in: cracked glass, broken or partially damaged lcd or a faulty digitizer (making the screen unresponsive to touch inputs)
Charging issues can be most common caused by either a defective charging port or a faulty battery.
Do you find you have to wiggle or hold your charger in a certain spot or it no longer works at all? then a replacement charging port is more then likely required.
If you phone will not turn on or no longer has the battery life if once had then a replacement battery could be required, batteries have a limited life span normally quoted in charge cycles, a typical phone battery is said to have around 500 – 600 charge cycles, this can be reduced by overcharging, not letting your device fully discharge on each cycle ect.
Another fairly common problem is none responsive buttons, typically the home and power buttons are the most effected, we can replace / fix any buttons including touch responsive buttons.
Sometimes the software in your device can corrupt causing many issues, the most disruptive being a boot loop where your device refuses to start, or a rogue application potentially draining your battery or more extreme stealing your personal information, we can fix most software related problems.
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