Have you dropped your newest smartphone on the pavement and now it doesn’t seem to be working? You may be attempting to fix it yourself at this point, but remember that self-repairs are done at the user’s own risk. The best solution to repair your newest device is to have it done by a Mobile Phone Repair professional. If you still want to give it a try, here’s to help you get organized.
Find Replacement Parts
Replacement parts may be available for those who want to do a DIY but you’ll need to look online. There are websites and sellers on popular platforms such as eBay and Amazon who offer OEM parts for the latest 2019 smartphones. Simply pull up the website and type in your phone’s model and browse through the available parts.
Gather The Right Tools
Next, you’ll have to make sure that you have the right tools to fix mobile phones. To repair iPhone and MacBook Air, most of these devices require special equipment to open. A lot of these devices have standard Phillip or Torx screws, while others will need a blade-like rubber squeegee to pry apart the outer shell and get to the innards without damaging the phone.
Prepare Your Work Area
Your work area must be clean and free of any minute objects or spills. Moreover, it must have enough space for all the parts to be laid out neatly. Put a designated area for all the screws and components you’ll be removing during the process. Consider getting an ESD item, e.g., an anti-static mat or grounding wrist strap to keep safe.
Document The Repair Process
You will want a blueprint to get your phone back together, so before you repair Samsung S10 or other smartphone, take some notes and record the procedure. When taking the device apart, don’t force anything or lose cracking the outer shell or having minute parts spring out and get lost on the ground. Take constant images of the steps you’re doing while repairing your mobile phone.