Samsung is introducing a program that will send out parts, tools, and step-by-step instructions to Samsung device users so that they may fix their own phones and tablets.
If your Samsung Galaxy S21 is acting strangely, Samsung claims it wants to help you avoid spending a fortune on repairs. This summer, the business will start a new initiative that will give you the necessary components, tools, and repair guidelines to allow you to repair your own gadget.
Initially, only owners of the Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 handsets, as well as the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus tablet, would be eligible. The business intends to add more devices, although it has not stated when or which smartphones, such as the current Samsung Galaxy S22 series, would be included first.
iFixit, a self-service repair website, is working with Samsung to improve its repair manuals and component supplies, while the scope of the collaboration is unknown.
iFixit, a self-service repair website, is working with Samsung to improve its repair manuals and component supplies, while the scope of the collaboration is unknown. Bringing iFixit on board, though, adds some cachet to the initiative, given the site’s guidelines and advocacy for users’ ability to fix their own gadgets.
Eligible device users will first be able to replace their front displays, glass backs, and charging ports, with further repair choices being introduced in the future. Customers are advised to return used components to Samsung for recycling once new parts have been fitted.
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