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FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1.) How do I send in my device for repair?

 Just follow the mail-in instructions here.

Be sure to read our Terms & Conditions before mailing in your device.

2.) How does the shipping work?

Customers are responsible for sending devices into us. After we perform the requested service on the device we will send it back to the address created on the mail in ticket (typically USPS)

If you wish to have a signature on delivery back to you then this needs to be explicitly known before we complete the repair.

3.) What is the turnaround time?

"Basic" repairs---connectors, simple backlight jobs, etc.  2-3 business days.
Complex repairs---depending on complexity and our queue can take 7-8 business days.
Data recovery: ~2 weeks.  Rush data recovery: 1 week

4.) What if the device has something else wrong with it?

  If the device you send in turns out to have an underlying secondary defect, then we will give you some options to add on a secondary repair, or receive the device back with just the primary problem fixed.   For example, if your no touch iphone 6 is solved, but then it turns out to have a non-functional front camera flex ---this is a secondary problem and we would still bill for the original solution.

5.) How does your data recovery service work?

For data recovery, we make no guarantee that the phone itself will fully work again, although we do attempt to extract the data from the phone by repairing the logic board hardware.   For data recovery if we can get your data, we will send you back your device which may or may not be functional, or may be partially functional.  See more info at our data recovery service.

6.) What other repairs do you do?

We repair almost all electronic devices:  iPhones, Motorola, Samsung, LG. Start a ticket and we will let you know if we can help. The chances of a successful repair often lies in parts availability and age of the device.

7.) What kind of warranty do you provide?

We offer a 60 day warranty on any board work that we have done.  Future liquid or drop damage is excluded. Previous repair attempts may void the warranty

8.) What is "Micro Soldering" and do I need it?

We have written an in-depth article explaining what micro soldering is and what's involved, check it out: here

9.) I'm nervous about sending my phone to you, how do I know that you won't just part it out?

We have a very solid reputation in the repair community.  Check out a recent article on Motherboard.Vice  We encourage you to read our many customer reviews on Facebook and check out our over 3,000 positive feedback ratings on eBay.   Check out our reviews on Yelp, and watch what we do on our YouTube channel.