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CELL PHONE REPAIR

Are you having a problem with your cellular phone? Modesto's Budget Cell Phone Repair is your full service shop for quality phone repair. Our professional staff of technicians is available 9am-9pm seven days a week. We are affordable, and we offer same day service, free diagnostic, as well as servicing all major brands. Many phone problems can be repaired the same day. If your cell phone repair requires more time for repair you will be informed and in some cases, if eligible, you can get a free loner phone. As soon as your cell phone is repaired and tested, we will notify you. We offer high quality cell phone repair, fast turnaround times, and when possible, same day service. We work on all major brands from the newest iPhone’s and Samsung’s to older HTC’s and LG’s. Whether it’s an iPhone 6, or Samsung Galaxy 6, HTC, or LG our repair services provide you with the finest quality and the fastest repair time in the Modesto area. We offer Smartphone Screen Repair and repairs for Dropped Phones, Broken Glass, Cracked Screens, Water or Liquid Damage. We repair or replace Power Buttons, Speakers, Headphone Jacks, Cameras and Camera Glass, Antennas, Batteries, Charging Ports, Keypads, as well as solve Software problems. So if you live in the Modesto area and are in need of cell phone repair come in and experience our fast friendly service.

Broken Screen

Other than the obvious cracked screen and distorted screen issues, after a phone has been dropped, problems with your cell phone screen can be caused by a number of other problems. It could be a software problem or electronic component other than the screen. The battery charge could be low or the battery could be faulty. It could even be something that was knocked loose inside the phone. You could try powering the device down and then turning it back on to reset the software, and checking the screen to see if it works afterwards. You could also try charging the phone for several hours and checking the screen again, but unless you have worked as an electronics repair tech recently it is not a good idea to attempt such a repair yourself. Cell phones are very delicate, and you always run the risk of causing further damage to the phone when you take it apart. Professional diagnosis and repair is the best option for screen issues.

Water Damage

Submerge in liquid
Liquid Spill
Moisture

FIRST: Take the phone out of the liquid, and remove the battery, sim card, and memory card. Gently dry with a towel.

SECOND: Submerge the phone in a bag of rice for 16 hours. Do not move the phone more than you have to, and do not push any buttons—this can draw water further into the phone. Do not try to blow-dry the phone, and do not turn it on for a full 16 hours.

THIRD: If you phone is still not working professional diagnosis and repair is the best option. Bring it in and let us take a look.

Software Issues

If you are having what you suspect to be software issues on your phone, first make sure you have all of your software updates. If this does not work, you can back-up your data and reset the phone. If you would rather not do this, our experienced technicians are available to help. Give us a call or have us take a look.

Power Issues

Are you having trouble turning your phone on and off, this can be caused by a number of issues: it could be a battery issue; it could be a broken power button; it could even be an overheating issue. When a phone is dropped, jarred, or occasionally just through repeated use, the internal components of your power button can be knocked loose or damaged causing connections to be missed. It would not hurt to make sure the battery is not dead by charging it overnight, but unless you have worked with small electronics repair in the past it is not a good idea to attempt such a repair yourself. Cell phones are delicate, and you run the risk of causing further damage to the phone when you disassemble it. Another problem is that you could replace the button only to find out later that the issue was really a faulty battery or something else. Professional diagnosis and repair is the best option for power issues.

Home Button Issues

Unable to Return Home
Stuck Home Button

Are you are unable to return to your home screen? Broken home buttons are a common cause and can prevent you from operating your phone. If the button is gunked-up with dirt or other residue you can try putting a small amount of rubbing alcohol on a Q-tip and see if you can dissolve the gunk or break it free by pushing the button several times afterward, but unless you have worked as a phone repair tech in the past it is not a good idea to attempt a repair yourself. Cellular phones are delicate, and you run the risk of further damage to the phone when you take it apart. Another challenge is that you could replace a component only to find out later that the issue was really caused by something else. Professional diagnosis and repair is the best option for home button issues.

USB Port Issues

Phone wont charge
Won’t sync

Is your phone not charging or refusing to sync? The wear and tear of a USB port’s long term use can cause these problems. The internal components that make the USB port work can get loose or out of place as well. First test the phone using another charging cord, or test its cord with another device. If the cord won’t charge the other device or your phone charges with another cord, just replace your cord. If the above steps did not solve your problem, our experienced technicians are available to help.

Charging Issues

Charging ports are easily damaged. We are constantly connecting and disconnecting our cords, and over time this can bend, displace or damage our phone’s internal components. One thing to try would be making sure the port is clear of residue. The charging port can be dirty or gunked-up, blocking the charge connection. You can try putting a small amount of rubbing alcohol on a Q-tip and seeing if you can dissolve the gunk or loosen it for removal, but unless you have worked on electronics in the past it is not a good idea to attempt a repair yourself. Cell phones are delicate, and you run the risk of causing even more damage to your phone when you disassemble it. Additionally you could replace something only to find out later that the issue was really something unrelated. Professional diagnosis and repair is your best option for charging repairs.

Audio Issues

Are you having issues with the sound on your cell phone? If you are experiencing poor sound quality on your phone or you can’t hear sound at all, it is likely a speaker problem. On the other hand if on a call you can hear others fine, but they cannot hear you, then it is probably a microphone problem. If the sound is distorted or fading in and out there could be other issues. The phone could be having connection problems with its carrier. It could even be a software problem caused by an app. Unless you have worked on electronics professionally in the past it is not a good idea to attempt such a repair yourself. Cellular phones are delicate equipment, and you run the risk of causing further damage to the phone when you disassemble it. Another common problem is that you could replace something only to find out that the issue was really something unrelated to what you replaced. Professional diagnosis and repair is always the better option for audio issues.

Cell Phone Camera Issues

Camera won’t operate

If your camera won’t function as it should: Make sure your memory card is properly positioned. Make sure you have all of your software updates. You can attempt to fix your camera with a reset. Just remove the battery from the phone without turning it off first. Then, after about two or three minutes, replace the battery and turn the phone on. Then test the camera to see if this has resolved the issue. If the above steps did not solve your problem, our experienced technicians are available to help. Give us a call or have us take a look.

Keypad Issues

Sometimes a keypad will stop functioning for apparently no reason. When this happens you can try to resolve it with a factory reset, but if you think the problem is not related to software, or if this is not something you are comfortable doing, our experienced technicians are available to help. Give us a call or come in and have us take a look.<