Broken screen? Cracked glass? Display showing lines or black? Don't fret. We offer excellent repair solutions for most Android and iPhone devices.
Being the "Screen" Geeks, we have developed an excellent team of repair professionals that will have your device looking brand new again in no time. Before we get into cost though, let's go through some of the most common broken screen symptoms so that we can properly diagnose the issue:
Fractures in the glass itself are one of the most common and visible symptoms of a broken screen. After suffering impact or pressure, the glass can develop a crack that can range from a slight hairline crack to a very severe shattering that might cause injury should it cut your fingers during use.
Phones use a component called a digitizer to convert finger touch to electrical signals that the phone can read and interpret as input. These are basically an interconnected grid of circuits. Because the phones and tablets sometimes use an assembly technique that involves the digitizer and glass being glued together, you will notice that on several models of LG, HTC, and even Samsungs that the phone will fail to respond to touch either completely or partially with even the smallest of cracks. By replacing the glass and digitizer on the device we can generally restore touch function.
Keep in mind that sometimes with phones such as the Samsung Galaxy, and the iPhone we are unable to offer a glass-only repair. Because of the use of special glues and adhesives in the construction of the phone to permanently bond the glass to the display, it is not feasible to offer an "on-the-spot" refurbishment of the display, but rather we replace the assembly in entirety. This does make for a slightly higher repair cost than phones and tablets that we change the glass alone.
LCD / AMOLED Display Damage
All current devices on the market use either an LCD(Liquid Crystal Display) or AMOLED(Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) display to provide that bright and vibrant picture that you love on your phone or tablet.
When these displays receive impact damage, their fragile components can have a variety of weird symptoms. Most commonly, the display will "bleed" or show colored lines. When this occurs, replacement of both the LCD and the glass is often necessary. Upon replacement though, the device generally returns back to fully working condition.
On AMOLED displays, such as the Galaxy Series, including S3, S4, S5, and S6 we usually run across entirely different symptoms of failure. These AMOLED displays, because of the way they are designed, do not develop bleeding or lines after impact damage. They will experience catastrophic failure of the display in which there will be no display at all or signs of life other than maybe an indicator light blinking at top or some audible response to pressing the volume keys. If your Android phone is simply not displaying, and it has an AMOLED display, then inspect the screen very carefully for tiny cracks under the glass itself. We can replace the display in the phone and repair these devices back to working order. Often these AMOLED displays are extremely expensive and relative to the cost of the device it is sometimes not worth repairing. If you find the repair costs too high, speak with a technician or sales staff about the possibility of data recovery at a much reduced rate.
Common iPhone Repairs:
|Model||Full Display Replacement|
|iPhone 7||$119.99 + tax|
|iPhone 7+||$129.99 + tax|
|iPhone 6S||$99.99 + tax|
|iPhone 6S+||$109.99 + tax|
|iPhone 6||$79.99 + tax|
|iPhone 6+||$84.99 + tax|
|iPhone 5S / 5C||$59.99 + tax|
|iPhone 5||$59.99 + tax|
|Older iPhones||We no longer offer repairs on iPhone models older than the 5th Generation|
Common Android Repairs:
|Model||Full Display Replacement|
|We fix most androids. Please call 936.639.4335 for a price!|