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Got a Busted Galaxy Phone? Samsung Has a Quick Fix


Beginning March 15, the Korean electronics giant will partner with the uBreakiFix fix service for one-day, in-person care of broken Galaxy devices.

You can simply walk in and drop off your device at one of the locations or schedule an appointment online. To complete the task requires considerable effort.In the end, experts claim that the Samsung Galaxy S9 can not be repaired even in service centre, because the procedure for replacing the screen and battery are so complex as possible. Devices that will be accepted include the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 (all associated variants) as well as the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Note 8. Samsung wants to make the process a little more convenient. For customers, that means uBreakiFix's repairs won't void your warranty and the company's technicians will only use "genuine" Samsung parts. Samsung typically puts a one-year manufacturer's warranty on its Galaxy flagships.




It also gives Samsung phone owners an Apple Care-like presence around the country, where users can get their devices services without having to send them off or trust an unauthorised third-party to carry out the work. Samsung is far and away the most popular manufacturer of Android phones in the United States, but, like the rest of its peers, it hasn't offered the kind of extensive support provided by Apple and its myriad "Genius Bars" across the country.

The Samsung Care authorized uBreakiFix service locations are in all major USA metro areas and reach the majority of the continental US population.[2] By early 2019, Samsung and uBreakiFix plan to add almost 200 more Samsung Care authorized uBreakiFix service locations to expand customer reach.

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