If you are like most people, you use your smartphone every hour of every single day. No longer just a status symbol, the smartphone is the primary tool for accessing the internet and communications for most people. Whether you use your phone to check Facebook or Twitter – or respond to work emails – you need it operational at all times.
What happens when your phone stops working? Those who are not tech savvy will just head over to a repair shop. But if you fancy yourself as a little bit more resourceful, we hope that you will enjoy using our forum to find a solution. We have created several subsections in the forum to help you through various repair questions.
The forum is divided based on the type of phone you own. For instance, iPhone repairs are discussed separately to Android repairs. And the Android forum is divided based on the make and model of your device. It is helpful because you can get more precise answers. The way to repair a Galaxy S7 will be different from the repairs on a LG G6. And we want you to find the right solution.
The possibility of DIY repairs depends on the issue. The reason I started this forum is because I got so frustrated by software issues on my phone and the lack of a central resource where I could get vital information from other tech enthusiasts. Now we have that resource.
If it is a hardware repair such as replacing a battery or screen, we do have guides up from our top tech experts. But there may not be a guide for every single device. The more popular devices will have more information, as more of our users own and use those devices.
Software issues are a lot easier to handle through DIY methods. You will be able to find information on every type of smartphone software issue on our mobile repair forum.