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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 screen repairer?

By Kahulie - 28 February 2015 4

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I recently cracked the screen on my Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Trying to find the best place to get it repaired because I’ve experienced a lot of dodgy people…

Hope you can help. Much appreciated. 🙂

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4 Responses to
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 screen repairer?
wildturkeycanoe 7:21 am 03 Mar 15

+1 to not doing the DIY repairs. My partner’s Galaxy S5 is now a brick after I attempted to remove a broken screen and ended up peeling the entire digitizer off instead. They aren’t repairable, you have to replace the whole screen and sensor thing and it’s better to do it professionally. Why is the glass so breakable? Why can’t they make it from indestructible stuff like Lexan or something? [Oh, yeah, we won’t be paying $200 regularly to get them fixed, meaning repair businesses go out of business…]

switch 10:25 pm 02 Mar 15

Dame Canberra said :

I can recommend against buying a screen replacement online and attempting to fix it yourself. My seemingly tech-savvy partner tried to do that when I cracked my screen a few months ago and ended up rendering the entire phone useless. Not worth it.

I think it is very worth it. I fixed my smashed iphone screen. Followed a couple of youtube videos for the teardown/rebuild and told family “Do Not Disturb” until I’d finished. $32 for the screen on fleabay. Still works perfectly two years later.

Dame Canberra 5:01 pm 02 Mar 15

I can recommend against buying a screen replacement online and attempting to fix it yourself. My seemingly tech-savvy partner tried to do that when I cracked my screen a few months ago and ended up rendering the entire phone useless. Not worth it.

srcyb 4:50 pm 02 Mar 15

As a fellow Samsung user I HIGHLY recommend Mobile Repair Central near Big W at Woden.

I smashed my screen and got a worse than rubbish $350 replacement from Universal Phone Services in Canberra Centre. When I told them the repair hadn’t worked properly and the screen now had ‘dead zones’ they told me it would cost another $200 to fix :/ I decided to try Mobile Repair Central and
go with a ‘refurbished’ screen as it was much cheaper, but when I wasn’t happy with how that turned out, gave me a great price on a new one and did labour for free. I had some problems with it over a year later and they then fixed it for free. Great service and really helpful.

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