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  1. iFlex: Our Newest Opening Tool

    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] Continue reading →
  2. What does the iPhone SE mean for wireless repair?

    What does the iPhone SE mean for wireless repair?
    What do you think the iPhone SE will mean for the wireless repair industry?know-the-differences-etech The iPhone 5 series may still be fresh in the minds of wireless repair technicians. Each device had their own issues, but broken screens and charging issues are a few of the memorable iPhone 5 series repairs. There were the proximity sensor issues and the iPhone 5s blue screen of death. Then we had failing power buttons (volume controls and the vibrate switch too) that led a customer down the path of repair and into our cell phone repair shops The iPhone 5c was a popular device that many phone repair technicians encountered. A customer would bring in their iPhone 5C and explain how the person they called was unable to hear them. Oh, by the way, this customer also was experiencing some charging problems. Some investigation showed us that there was a broken charge port flex cable. We were able to save the iPhone 5C and the day. Apple has released another phone for the budget-conscious. This could be an option for new iPhone users or for existing iPhone users who want to upgrade from an iPhone 5 series device without giving up the smaller size. We are having nostalgic flashbacks, like much of the phone repair community, to simpler times with smaller devices. We anticipate many repairs to be similar to the smaller iPhone 5 series devices. Continue reading →
  3. Doing Business Made Easy for RepairShopr Users

    Doing Business Made Easy for RepairShopr Users
    What systems do you have in place to meet your point of sale, customer relationship management, inventory management, accounting, ticketing and invoices, and marketing needs for your wireless repair business? We often hear of the old-fashioned pen and paper approach. Some members of our wireless repair community have left the mountains of paper behind, and started saving time in the process, by using software that manages all aspects of running a repair business. As an added bonus to these software users, more integrations are being developed to help save even more time in their daily operations. Continue reading →
  4. Stay Connected: Meet Your eTech Representative

    Stay Connected: Meet Your eTech Representative
    You're stressed out. Your customer is having a bad day, and you're trying to help them, but there's a problem. It's been a busy week already and you're about to run out of replacement screens for use with the iPhone 5s. It's only noon on a Wednesday. What do you do? Continue reading →
  5. Customer Spotlight: iDoctor Cell Phone and Tablet Repair

    Customer Spotlight: iDoctor Cell Phone and Tablet Repair
    We caught up with Glenn from iDoctor Cell Phone and Tablet Repair to learn more about his experience in the wireless repair idoctor-glenn-etech-parts-group-photoindustry. Continue reading →
  6. Phone Repair Training Comes to KC

    Phone Repair Training Comes to KC
    We are excited to announce that Spring 2016 eTech Training Courses are in full-swing!  That's right, our Spring 2016 cell phone repair training courses began Monday. We are so happy to now have our training program within our headquarters located just outside of Kansas City! It is great to all be back under the same roof. We believe this more...
  7. Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Rundown: Features We Love

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Rundown: Features We Love
    There has been a lot of buzz around the eTech office about Samsung lately. In addition to dropping prices on Samsung screens, we are thrilled that the release of the Galaxy S7 series has finally arrived! This much anticipated device was released on March 11, and you may have already seen some teardowns online. Here is a look at some of our favorite features of the new Samsung Galaxy S7.etech parts samsung parts Continue reading →
  8. Wireless Repair Roundup Preview

    Wireless Repair Roundup Preview
    Will we see you in Nashville? Continue reading →
  9. Save Time on Screen Repair with New Hot Tool

    Save Time on Screen Repair with New Hot Tool
    We know the iPad 2 is one of the most common tablet repairs, but do you have the best tools for the job? If you are performing tablet repairs without a screen heating station you're wasting precious time. This tablet repair station is easy to use and makes tablet repair as simple as 1,2,3. Continue reading →
  10. Warranty Woes: How to Keep Profits and Customer Relationships

    Warranty Woes: How to Keep Profits and Customer Relationships
    "What do I do when a customer comes in my shop and tells me that the screen we used to replace their device cracked without them dropping it?" Continue reading →

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