Ok, we don’t actually ‘repair’ broken screens, we replace them. The likelihood is, if your screen is cracked, looks funny or just isn’t working right, you need a new one.
Mobile Device screens are made of two parts. The ‘top glass’, or touchscreen, is called a ‘digitizer’. The part under that glass, the one you actually see the images on, is your LCD.
In the case of MOST cell phones, if one of those pieces is damaged, you have to replace them both because the two parts are glued together in an expensive press in the factory. If your digitizer and LCD are glued together, I *WILL NOT* attempt to separate them. I’ve tried before and it’s never worth it.
Before you start browsing our prices (below), please take a moment to verify what model your device is, because most parts are NOT interchangeable and the prices can be very different from one model to the next. Please remember that these prices are BEFORE TAX.
We *DO NOT* sell mobile device ‘parts’ to the Public at this time. The parts we have in our inventory are only available with our our professional installation services.
If you have a Samsung device, please click the following link to verify which device you have:Samsung Device Verification
If you have a different device, look for the model number on the back, under the battery or in the device settings. Feel free to call us for assistance, or better yet, bring your device in and we can identify it for you.
As always, if you have any questions, we would love to hear from you!