The Samsung phone fix work that will be carried out at these locations will include front and back screen replacements, battery replacements, port and camera repairs for both in and out of warranty devices. Samsung says "most repairs" will be completed in two hours or less.
Starting on March 15, Samsung customers are able to bring in their Galaxy mobile devices to more than 300 Samsung Care authorized uBreakiFix service locations in the USA for same-day support, and within two hours or less for most repairs. Samsung has plans to continue to expand the program across the country throughout 2018. Starting 15 March, Samsung customers are able to bring in their Galaxy mobile devices to more than 300 uBreakiFix shops in the United States for same-day support, within two hours or less for most repairs.
The companies say they will welcome walk-in customers in addition to those who schedule an appointment online for free in-warranty repairs. They also recommend keeping a bucket of sand and a fire extinguisher, because one awkward movement can lead to ignition of the mobile device, and with it of the room in which it is repaired.To remove the motherboard of the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S9 experts have managed without any difficulties, because it has a modular structure, that is, to replace some of its part is possible without having to change the entire Board as a whole.
Samsung plans to expand the program across the country to another 200 uBreakiFix shops by early 2019, allowing it to reach almost all the population in the continental US. Plus, the companies plan to add nearly 200 additional service locations by early 2019.
The partnership won't cover every Galaxy phone ever made, but it does hit most Samsung flagship phones from the past four years: every Galaxy S flagship since the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy Note 5, and the Galaxy Note 8 are listed as eligible for same-day service from uBreakiFix off the bat. Apple customers can walk into any Apple store and get their smartphone fixed in no time.