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Monthly Archives: April 2016

  • Shop Talk: CrackedMacScreen

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    We caught up with Trevor L. from CrackedMacScreen to learn more about his experience in the wireless repair industry.
    How did you end up in the wireless repair industry?

    Back in 2009 I was looking to upgrade my black Macbook and ended up finding one on Craigslist that had a broken crackedmacscreenscreen. I found the screen on eBay, downloaded a 9 step PDF install guide without reverse instructions and went to work on my Mac. Three hours and a bucket of sweat later the Mac was repaired. Word got around that I could fix the “white Macbook” and I knew that there was a definite need for it so I taught myself web design, bought a domain, got an 800 number with my mom doing the voiceover, and CrackedMacScreen was born.

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  • Wireless Repair Roundup 2016 Recap

    We had a great time with the wireless repair community in Nashville! wireless-repair-roundup-collageIf you weren't with us, then you really missed out. The repair industry is rapidly growing. As we continue to grow, it is important to remember that working together will be the most beneficial for all. There is room for all members of the Repair Community to grow. The Wireless Repair Roundup was a great chance for members of the wireless repair community to connect and make plans for the future.
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  • RepairShopr Crash Course

    Do you still have some questions about how eTech Parts integration with RepairShopr works?  Or do you have questions about how to customize RepairShopr for your business? Either way, if you’re looking for answers, here’s your chance to get them! RepairShopr is hosting a Crash Course this Thursday (April 28th) at 1 PM CT (11 AM PT). This is the perfect opportunity to see if this all-in-one platform is a perfect fit for your wireless repair business. If you want to learn more about what RepairShopr has been able to do for other wireless repair businesses, check out this blog featuring real cell phone repair shop owners!RepairShopr Crash Course- august-etech-parts
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  • Now Announcing the eTech LCD Buyback Program

    You may have noticed a new feature when you sign into your customer portal. What is this "buyback program"? We are accepting broken displays for use with iPhone and Samsung devices for our new recycling program! We spent years testing several facilities throughout the US, Mexico, and China. We are excited to announce that we have found the proper facility and invented progressive processes that meet our high expectations for the eTech customer experience. We can’t wait to see our customers benefiting from this fantastic source of additional revenue for cell phone repair businesses.
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  • iFlex: Our Newest Opening Tool

    Are you looking for a new opening tool? Here is a new openingiflex-on-toolbench-etech-parts tool that you can use to repair iPhone, iPad, iWatch, iPod, Samsung Galaxy Devices, Sony, HTC, and LG Devices. The iFlex opening tool is designed to easily fit between the front screen and the frame of the device to lift the broken screen off of the device. Repair a broken screen without causing damage to important cables with this professional opening tool. Repairing a broken phone, tablet, or laptop screen? Give this new screen repair tool a try![su_quote cite="Ken L. from Prestige Electronics"]Like any technician or mechanic worth their salt knows, having the right tool for the job makes all the difference. We had been searching for a tool that made repairs on screen-out-first phones like the Galaxy S5 faster and more reliable. The iFlex is that tool. When paired with a heat pad the iFlex is a complete winner to pull an LCD without damaging the expensive screen assembly. Charge ports are cake. Speakers and cameras no longer make me sweat. The iFlex should be in any technician's arsenal.[/su_quote]
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