If you are having trouble with your cell phone, Android Mobile walk-in at our Glendale AZ location for cell phone repairs, or convenient mail-in cell phone repair service nationwide, contact us today! We will repair your cell phone in 1 to 3 days, so you won’t be without it for long. We are committed to fast, high-quality, cost-effective cell phone repairs and services.
Android Mobiles technicians are trained cell phone repair professionals who have worked for the major manufacturers, including Motorola, Nokia and Samsung. They have combined experience of over 25 years and extensive knowledge of all cell phone models. Their skills and experience include Blackberry repairs, Palm Treo repairs, Nokia repairs, Motorola repairs, and more.
Cell Phone Water Damage Repair Service
We fix most cell phone liquid and moisture damage problems including:
•Do you carry and use your cell phone while jogging or running on the treadmill and sweating on the phone?
•Did your cell phone accidentally end up in the washing machine and go for a batch?
•Do you charge your cell phone in the bathroom where you take steamy baths or in the kitchen next to the kitchen sink where water can get splashed on it?
•Did you accidentally spill coffee, soda or water on your cell phone?Don’t feel bad you’re not the only one. Many people don’t realize that cell phones are very sensitive and any water, liquid, sweat, humidity over time can cause the cellphone to short out and damage the electronics on the phone causing it malfunction.
If there’s one aspect of the cell phone industry that is universally hated by consumers, it is the locking of handsets. If you don’t know what this means – and this is something you need to know as a cell phone user – is that when you buy a phone through a service provider, the phone can only be used with that provider. So if you want to switch providers, you’ll have to purchase a brand new handset. How is that fair? You already own a handset, so if it’s compatible with a new service you should be able to just use it. Or at least that’s our line of thinking.
This issue has been brought to court before, but with unsuccessful results. So what are you, the consumer, supposed to do now? You’re always laying down for the man, so why not take a stand on this one? We have a suggestion:This is an unconditional suggestion; it doesn’t matter if you plan to switch providers tomorrow or never plan to for as long as you live. As long as phones are locked, the service providers have a distinct and unfair advantage. Negate that advantage by unlocking your phone.
Please note that unlocking your phone is legal. The phone is your property, and so long as you don’t create interference with other electronics devices, you’re free and clear to do what you will with it. However, this may void your warranty on the phone, and it will likely cause customer service to give you a hard time. This should not affect your decision, though, unless you have an uber-expensive phone still under warranty.