eTech Parts

  1. New! Home Button with Functionality for iPhone 7, 7+, 8, 8+

    New! Home Button with Functionality for iPhone 7, 7+, 8, 8+
    NOTE:  Multiple versions and grades of the home button with return functionality are currently available in  the market. The version sold by eTech Parts Plus is the most stable and responsive available.  The glass button cover is guaranteed to be free from the common defect seen in this part of the glass separating.   Today we will reviewing the home...
  2. eTech Parts Plus is Moving to Texas

    Soon we can say every Kansan’s favorite phrase: We’re not in Kansas anymore. We’re excited to announce eTech Parts Plus is moving to Texas! The eTech team is relocating to a new facility near Dallas-Fort Worth. Starting June 1st, 2017, our team will officially open shop at 2380 Dean Way, Suite 160 in Southlake, TX 76092.   Farewell, Kansas City  This week we’re packing our...
  3. How to Process Your Returns Online

    Replacement cell phone parts travel thousands of miles, by land and by sea, before reaching their final destination — your repair shop. Sometimes a part arrives and doesn’t work as intended, and must be returned to your wholesale supplier. While every supplier deals with defects from time to time, what matters most is how your supplier handles those returns. We...
  4. New and Improved RMA Process

    At eTech we believe buying cell phone repair parts should be easy — and if something doesn’t work right, fixing it should be easy too. If a part doesn’t work as intended, the return and replacement should be a simple process. No questions, no 30-day time limits, and certainly no restocking fees. That’s how it should be — but when...
  5. Now Accepting iPad and MacBook Buybacks!

    Not sure what to do with those broken LCDs from MacBooks and iPads in your repair shop? You’re in luck — eTech now has your answer. We’re rolling out an extension to our current LCD buyback program, to include broken MacBook LCDs as well as broken iPad LCDs and LCD screen assemblies. Here’s a sneak peak into our new extended LCD buyback...
  6. Just in time for Spring Cleaning..

    Over the past few months, we’ve improved our buyback process to offer the wireless repair industry’s simplest broken screen recycling solution. With daylight saving’s time this weekend and Spring right around the corner, what better time to clean shop and clear out those old, broken Samsung and iPhone screens? Now through the end of March, recycle 50+ screens with eTech...
  7. 3 Reasons Why eTech Buyback is a Better Deal

    When it comes to selling back your broken screens for cash, there are a ton of screen buyback and recycling options to choose from. Most wholesale suppliers offer buyback or recycling programs of some sort, and with countless options at your fingertips, it can be difficult to choose one that’s right for you. Over the past 6 months, the team...
  8. Get More Bang For Your Buyback

    Get More Bang For Your Buyback
    Now until Friday, we’ll buy back your broken iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus screens at a higher price than average. We can't think of a better time than now to take advantage of our eTech Buyback program! We'll give you an extra $1 per iPhone 6s screen and an extra $3 per iPhone 6s Plus screen. That’s $28 for each...
  9. Our Top 7 Samsung Galaxy S7 Durability Test Videos

    We LOVE durability test videos! The sleeker smartphones get, the more exciting it is to see them put to their physical limits. Have your customers brought you any extraordinarily demolished Samsung Galaxy S7 devices yet? Feel free to share photos on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook with us! In honor of the fallen Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge devices that have already had to visit your wireless repair shop, here are 7 of our favorite videos showing Samsung Galaxy S7 durability:  How does the Galaxy S7 stand up when put in a blender? Continue reading →
  10. Shop Talk: CrackedMacScreen

    [fusion_text] 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. Continue reading →

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