There is a reason why you shouldn’t DIY your smartphone repairs. Your cell phone is not a simple, mechanical device. Today, most people live and die by their smartphones . It’s your phone, camera, marketing, entertainment and life in one tiny handful. But what do you know what to do if you drop your phone and crack the screen?
You probably don’t, and I am here to tell you that when people bring us phones, tablets or laptops they have tried to fix themselves, in almost every situation, the repair process and costs would have been less had they brought us the device straight away. Things like open-heart surgery, tightrope walking and phone repairs should probably be left to those in your area that have experience handling that kind of problem. For example, if you had a classic car that you were planning to restore, and you had no experience fixing up old cars, would you plan on doing it yourself? Most likely no. So what makes you think that you can do smartphone repairs by watching a Youtube video? It’s just not a good idea.
iPhones, Androids and the others contain tiny circuit boards. It’s more like fixing a powerful computer locked into a small area with many delicate parts. People learned the hard way that an iPhone was a glass phone for all intents and purposes, meaning it was very fragile and a small repair can easily become a big problem if you weren’t careful.
While it seems like you may be able to save a few dollars by buying your own replacement parts online and doing the repair yourself, the reality is that the true value of seeking professional smart device repair lies in the know-how and experience, warranties, and quality parts you get with a professional repair.
It’s best to leave DIY to things like fantasy football, baking recipes and making decorations, not your phone.
Cellular Solutions Staff