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  • Apple iPhone Battery Lock-down

    Apple iPhone Battery Lock-down     It appears Apple is back to their old ways. It was recently discovered that Apple has implemented software that causes the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max to display “Service” on Battery Health when the original battery is replaced.  Whether it is replaced with...
  • Liquid vs. Electronics

    Have you ever dropped your device in some sort of liquid? Everyone knows that liquid and electronics do not go well together. But why is that exactly? Let's talk about what actually happens when your phone slips out of your hand and into the toilet. We know it is gross...
  • Testing Samsung Galaxy Displays

    It is always important to test your display before fully installing it. Defects are a part of the repair industry and we understand that. Not only does this help the RMA process go a lot smoother, but it also helps us correct any potential part issues in the future. When...
  • All About Battery Life

    In today’s world, almost everyone has a cellphone. It is attached to us closer than anything else that we carry. It has become a part of our daily lives and flows seamlessly with everything we do throughout the day. One of the most gut-wrenching feelings is when your battery dies...
  • Understanding the Importance of Repair Training

    When it comes to the mobile repair business, unfortunately there are very few options for cell phone repair training. For those wanting to attend higher learning schools specifically for cell phone repair their options are very limited. In most cases, cell phone repair is learned through trial and error. Whether...
  • The Right to Repair Movement

    What is the Right to Repair? In its simplest form, the 'right to repair' movement wants you to be able to fix your own stuff.  In our industry, it is centered around advocating for individuals and small businesses to be able to fix electronic equipment. What’s the issue? You might...
  • Our Top 10 Tips for Repairing the Samsung Galaxy S10

    Our Top 10 Tips for Repairing the Samsung Galaxy S10   With the release of the new Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+, Tech Bob is here to share the top 10 tips for repair. This time around, Samsung has not made any drastic changes to the layout of their...
  • What is an LCD Buyback Program?

      What is an LCD Buyback Program? LCD Buyback Programs are a service that allows you to sell your broken, unwanted end-user screens for extra profit. Most programs allow you to simply pack up your screens, ship them out, wait 24-48 hours, and then receive payment or store credit.  Utilizing...
  • 6 Tips to Successfully Repair an iPad - Tech Bob

    Do you ever run into issues when doing an iPad repair? If you do, following the tips below will take you from being "just okay" at repairing iPads to being great at it! Know your iPad! Many iterations of the iPad have been released, and we have seen differences in...
  • How To Set Your Prices

    How to Set Your Prices: A Guide for Phone Repair Shops

    Scour the web for information on how phone repair shops set their prices and you’ll be disappointed with the results - there’s just not much publicized advice out there on what to charge your customers for phone repairs. Are the repair techs hiding something? It’s no secret that anyone can easily find out phone repair profit margins with a little bit of research on the costs of replacement parts and the average cost of a repair. But how do repair shops set their prices? We asked Ryan Galvan, owner of a phone repair shop in Pensacola, Florida in an impromptu interview, how he goes about pricing his repairs.

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