Every phone screen repair starts with a free diagnostic exam to determine if just the glass is broken or if the LCD is damaged as well. From there, repairs can begin in-store and usually take about an hour.
If your device is powering on but won’t hold a charge or not powering on at all, you might need a new battery. Our battery replacement will take care of this issue and get you on your way in under an hour.
Sometimes a good drop will cause damage to both the glass and LCD. If your screen is not responding to your touch or has lines across the display, a complete glass and LCD replacement is needed get your screen back to normal.
Using the wrong charger or being too forceful with a charger can damage your device’s charge port. If your device is not connecting or holding a charge, a charge port repair should take care of the issue.
Power buttons can stop working if they become displaced or disconnected and stop shorting the circuit that makes it work. If you notice that your power button is losing its clickiness or has stopped actuating altogether, we can replace the flex cable that controls the button.