Common Device Repair issues at CPR Cell Phone Repair of Bryan-College Station

iPhone, iPad + Cell Phone Repair in Bryan – College Station

CPR Cell Phone Repair is locally owned in Bryan – College Station. CPR phone repair services include iPhone repairiPad repaircell phone repair, + computer repair.

shutterstock_243838645-e1445028633565-300x203Common Device Repairs

Whether you’re experiencing a broken device currently, or are just doing your research ahead of time, this list is a great place to start. Our technicians are skilled in these repairs as well as any other tech issues you may encounter.

Screen Replacement and Repair

Perhaps the most common device repair we see in our stores is the shattered or faulty screen repair. Did you know that you don’t always need a complete screen replacement for a cracked screen? That’s right—sometimes it’s as simple as replacing the cover glass. In any case, when you find yourself with a simple crack or a completely shattered screen, our repair experts have you covered.

Home Button

Remember when mobile phones only made calls and had a full number pad of buttons? Nowadays, just about every smartphone is equipped with an edge-to-edge touchscreen and a single home button on the face. It seems like a minor feature on your phone until it unexpectedly fails to work. Imagine the frustration of being stuck in an app or on the same screen without the ability to navigate freely through your device. We’ve seen hundreds of devices with home button issues and have the tools to successfully repair or replace the button at any one of our CPR locations.

Power Button

If you’re like most people, you probably never shut off your device. Because of this, the power button is likely to be the least used component on your phone. However, on the occasion that your device freezes and needs to restart, the battery dies, or you need to turn it back on once it’s connected to a charger, the power button suddenly becomes crucial. A broken power button will leave you with a lifeless phone and a major inconvenience.

Water Damaged Device

Another common issue we see is water damage. If your phone has taken a plunge into the pool or any other liquid, take it to our technicians as soon as possible. Once you notice the water damage, turn off your device immediately and remove the battery if possible. Next, forget the bag of rice trick, as it can cause more damage, and bring your device to the professionals. We bring water-damaged devices back to life every day.

Charge Port

Device ports can wear out over time, and even more so if you bend or twist the cable when unplugging. You may also experience an issue where your charging cable breaks and gets stuck in the port. Be careful—trying to remove pieces or repairing it yourself can lead to further damage. In these situations, it’s best to contact professional help to avoid further damage.

Battery Replacement

New smartphones often boast about a battery life of 24 hours, but eventually, they may struggle to make it through your morning commute without dying. If this sounds familiar, it’s because batteries wear down over time and can’t perform at full capacity for their entire life. Don’t live your life connected to the power outlet. We offer numerous charging solutions to make sure you get the most out of your battery.

When you’re experiencing these six issues or any other device problem, CPR Cell Phone Repair is here to handle all of your device repairs. If you’re ever short on time, we can complete most of our repairs within one hour.  Find your local CPR Cell Phone Repair and stop by for a free repair estimate today!


 

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