Cracked Glass Replacement & Repair

Cracked Glass on Your Cell Phone

Unlike many other repair issues that may involve software malfunction, cracked glass on a mobile device is easy to diagnose. It’s also easy to inflict. Cracked cell phone screens caused by drops and falls are common.

What to Do with Cracked Glass

Unfortunately, the only way to fix a cracked screen is to replace it. Often a cracked screen doesn’t affect the mobile device’s ability to function right away, and owners simply learn to look past the distraction of the cracks. However, this can be dangerous, as the glass can nick or cut your skin. It can also cause more serious problems over time, such as dead spots, backlight malfunction, dark spots, and discoloration. Continued cell phone use with a cracked screen can eventually lead to complete loss of functionality.

There are many do-it-yourself repair kits available for sale. With a replacement screen, a tool kit, and an online video, it is possible to replace a screen on your own. However, cell phone screens don’t just pop off and pop back in. Screen replacement requires a very careful hand with several delicate ribbons and other pieces. A wrong move can cause extensive and costly damage to the device.

Repairing Your Cracked Screen

The best way to repair your cracked screen without risking further damage to the phone is to bring it to a professional repair service. The trained technicians at Cell Phone Repair can fix your screen quickly and safely. If you visit a local CPR store, common repairs can be done on-site while you wait. If you don’t have the time to wait, or if we are a bit too far out of your way, just mail it in. We will fix your screen and mail it back promptly so that you can enjoy your phone.


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