Elk Grove Cell Phone Repair

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Elk Grove Cell Phone Repair

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Cell Phone Repair

Cell Phone Repair in Elk Grove, CA

Quick and reliable cell phone repair is what iGeek is famous for in Elk Grove. We’ve been doing it for over 11 years! Our skillful technicians are the real geniuses at repairing any cell phone. At iGeek we fix every phone with the utmost speed and quality – and we have the reviews to back it up.

Plus we use source the highest quality OEM parts in each and every single repair. Often our repairs are done in less than an hour – while you wait. So if you’re looking for professional and speedy cell phone repair near me, iGeek Tech Repair has you covered. Just stop by the shop.

IPHONE REPAIR SERVICES:

iPhone SE 2022

The 3rd generation iPhone SE was announced on March 8th during the Peek Performance Apple event. It features an A15 chip and a 4.7 inch LCD display.

  • iPhone SE 2022 Earpiece Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Front Camera And Sensor Cable Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Home/Touch ID Sensor Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 LCD and Digitizer Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Lightning Connector Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Logic Board Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Rear Camera Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 SIM Card Tray Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Screen Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Taptic Engine Replacement
  • iPhone SE 2022 Wi-Fi Diversity Antenna Replacement

iPhone 13 Pro Max

Apple’s top-of-the-line smartphone for 2021. Released September 24th, the iPhone 13 Pro Max sports a 6.7″ ProMotion OLED display, a new triple rear camera system, and 5G connectivity. Successor to the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

  • iPhone 13 Pro Max Screen Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max Loudspeaker Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max SIM Card Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max Rear-Facing Camera Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max Pentalobe Screw Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max Lidar Sensor Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max Taptic Engine Replacement

iPhone 13

Apple’s mainstream 2021 iPhone was released on September 24th and comes with a 6.1″ OLED display, a dual 12 MP camera system, and in five available colors. Successor to the iPhone 12.

  • iPhone 13 Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Loudspeaker Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Rear-Facing Camera Replacement
  • iPhone 13 SIM Card Reader Replacement
  • iPhone 13 SIM Card Tray Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Screen Replacement
  • iPhone 13 Taptic Engine Replacement

iPhone 13 mini

Released on September 24th 2021, the iPhone 13 mini is a smaller version of Apple’s iPhone 13 and is the second mini iPhone. It features a 5.4-inch OLED display, an A15 Bionic processor, and dual rear cameras.

  • iPhone 13 mini Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 13 mini Screen Replacement
  • iPhone 13 mini Bottom Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone 13 mini Front Sensor Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone 13 mini SIM Card Tray Replacement
  • iPhone 13 mini Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone 13 mini Taptic Engine Replacement

iPhone 12

Apple’s mainstream 2020 iPhone was released October 23rd and comes with a 6.1″ OLED display, a dual 12 MP camera system, and in five available colors. Successor to the iPhone 11.

  • iPhone 12 Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 12 Screen Replacement
  • iPhone 12 Taptic Engine Replacement
  • iPhone 12 SIM Card Reader Replacement
  • iPhone 12 SIM Card Replacement
  • iPhone 12 Loudspeaker Replacement
  • iPhone 12 Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone 12 Rear-Facing Cameras Replacement
  • iPhone 12 Front-Facing Cameras Replacement
  • iPhone 12 Earpiece Speaker and Front Sensor Assembly Replacement

iPhone 11

Released September 20, Apple’s mainstream 2019 iPhone comes with a 6.1″ LCD touchscreen, dual cameras, and six available colors. Successor to the iPhone XR.

  • iPhone 11 Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Screen Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Earpiece Speaker and Front Sensor Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Lightning Connector Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Lower Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Logic Board Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Rear Case Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Rear-Facing Cameras Replacement
  • iPhone 11 SIM Card Replacement
  • iPhone 11 SIM Card Reader Replacement
  • iPhone 11 Taptic Engine Replacement
  • iPhone Camera Repair

iPhone X

Released November 4, 2017. Model A1865, A1901. Available as GSM or CDMA / 64 or 256 GB / Silver or Space Gray. (Pronounced the same as “iPhone 10.”)

  • iPhone X Battery Replacement
  • iPhone X Screen Replacement
  • iPhone X Charging Pad / Volume Button Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone X Earpiece Speaker Replacement Without Losing Face ID
  • iPhone X Earpiece Speaker and Front Sensor Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone X Face ID Replacement
  • iPhone X Front Camera Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone X Interconnect Cable Replacement
  • iPhone X Lightning Connector Replacement
  • iPhone X Logic Board (Motherboard) Replacement
  • iPhone X Lower Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone X Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone X Power Button and Flash Cable Replacement
  • iPhone X Rear-Facing Cameras Replacement
  • iPhone X SIM Card Replacement
  • iPhone X Taptic Engine Replacement

iPhone XS

Released September 21, 2018. Models A1920, A2097, A2098, A2100. Available as GSM or CDMA / eSIM or nano-SIM / 64, 256, or 512 GB / Silver, Gold, or Space Gray. (Pronounced “iPhone 10 S.”)

  • iPhone XS Battery Replacement
  • iPhone XS Screen Replacement
  • iPhone XS Rear Glass Replacement
  • iPhone XS Rear-Facing Cameras Replacement
  • iPhone XS Lower Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone XS Earpiece Speaker and Front Sensor Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone XS Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone XS Taptic Engine Replacement

iPhone XR

Released October 26, 2018. Models A1984, A2105, A2106, A2108. Available as GSM or CDMA / eSIM, nano-SIM or dual-SIM / 64, 128, or 256 GB / Black, White, Blue, Yellow, Coral, or Red. (Pronounced “iPhone 10 R.”)

  • iPhone XR Battery Replacement
  • iPhone XR Screen Replacement
  • iPhone XR SIM Card Replacement
  • iPhone XR Rear-Facing Camera Replacement
  • iPhone XR Taptic Engine Replacement
  • iPhone XR Logic Board Replacement
  • iPhone XR Lower Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone XR LCD and Digitizer Replacement
  • iPhone XR Earpiece and Front Sensor Assembly Replacement

iPhone 8/iPhone 8+

Released September 22, 2017. Model A1863, A1905 and A1864, A1897. Available as GSM or CDMA / 64, 128, or 256 GB / gold, silver, and space gray.

  • iPhone 8 Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Screen Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Earpiece Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Front Camera and Sensor Cable Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Home/Touch ID Sensor Replacement
  • iPhone 8 LCD and Digitizer Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Lightning Connector Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Logic Board Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Rear Camera Replacement
  • iPhone 8 SIM Card Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Taptic Engine Replacement
  • iPhone 8 Wi-Fi Diversity Antenna Replacement

iPhone 7/iPhone 7+

Released September 16, 2016. Models 1660, 1778 , and Models A1661, A1784, and A1785. Available in 32, 128, or 256 GB configurations in Rose gold, gold, silver, black, jet black, and (Product)Red.

  • iPhone 7 Screen Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Earpiece Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Front Camera and Sensor Cable Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Home/Touch ID Sensor Replacement
  • iPhone 7 LCD Shield Plate Replacement
  • iPhone 7 LCD and Digitizer Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Lightning Connector Assembly Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Logic Board Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Pentalobe Screws Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Power Button Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Power and Volume Control Cable Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Rear Camera Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Camera Cover Glass Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Rear Case Replacement
  • iPhone 7 SIM Card Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Speaker Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Taptic Engine Replacement
  • iPhone 7 – U3101 Audio IC Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Volume Control Buttons Replacement
  • iPhone 7 Wi-Fi Diversity Antenna Replacement

SAMSUNG PHONE REPAIR SERVICES:

Samsung Galaxy Note

Android-based smartphones in Samsung’s Galaxy Note series

Samsung Galaxy A

Android-based smartphones in Samsung’s Galaxy A line.

Samsung Galaxy S

Android-based smartphones in Samsung’s Galaxy S line.

Samsung Galaxy J

Android-based smartphones in Samsung’s Galaxy J line.

Samsung Galaxy M

Android-based smartphones in Samsung’s Galaxy J line.

GOOGLE PHONE REPAIR SERVICES:

Google Galaxy Nexus

6th generation Android smartphone designed by Google and manufactured by Huawei. Released October 2015.

Google Pixel

The Google Pixel is Google’s first flagship phone, released on October 20, 2016. The 5-inch AMOLED display device comes with 32 and 128 GB storage options and is available in three colors; Very Silver, Quite Black, and Really Blue.

Cell Phone Battery Replacement

A phone with a bad battery is the worst. Over time, your battery will slowly die and no matter how much you charge it, it will eventually need to be replaced.

Due to the size of most phones, you need the right tools and expertise to successfully swap out the battery. With our expert phone battery replacement service, your phone will be back to holding a charge in no time.

Cell Phone Camera Repair

Most people these days don’t carry cameras as a separate device. So if the camera on your cell phone isn’t working – you won’t have a camera at all. Sometimes camera issues are the results of obvious damage in need of repairs, while other times your camera might stop working, and you’re unsure which issues is causing it.

Sometimes you can fix your cell phone camera by a soft reset.

Remove the battery from the phone without turning it off first. After about one minute, replace the battery and turn on the phone. Try using the camera to see if this has resolved the problem.

If you have tried all of the above suggestions, but your camera still does not work, the best option is to let a professional repair service look at the device.

At iGeek Tech Repair, we have knowledgeable technicians who can assess the problem and give you a free estimate for repairs. aJust stop by our shop or get a quote on our website if you know what the issue is.

Cell Phone Water Damage Repair

Water damage may cause a serious problem with the fragile internal circuits inside your phone or other devices, rendering it useless and your data gone forever. Did your dog slobber all over your phone or did you accidentally drop it in the toilet? Maybe you jumped in your pool with your phone in a pocket, accidentally ran it through the washer machine, or it got left out in the rain!

Here’s some things you can try to troubleshoot a water damaged cell phone:

Remove the device from the water as quickly as possible, and remove the battery immediately. Removing the battery quickly could make the difference to save your phone. Most phones have a white indicator near the battery that will turn pink or red if water has damaged the device. You can try to draw the moisture out by submerging the phone in a bowl of rice or other absorbent material overnight. You can also try to dry it out with a vacuum cleaner, as long as you don’t hold the vacuum too close to the device. Sometimes cleaning the phone with rubbing alcohol will work if it has not been exposed to water very long.

Here are some other Do’s and Don’ts.

Do

  • Remove the memory card, sim card & everything else that could be plugged into the device.
  • Dry gently with an absorbent towel.

Don’t

  • Don’t use a hairdryer on the phone – this can push water inside the phone and do more damage.
  • Don’t push any buttons! This may force water further into the circuits.
  • Don’t move the phone any more than you have to. It’s best not to move the phone preventing water from spreading through the device.
  • Don’t turn the phone on too soon. It is best to wait 24 hours before attempting to turn your phone back on.

If you have tried the advice above and your phone is still not working, let us look at your phone. Our expert technicians at iGeek will make every effort possible to salvage your water damaged phone or other device. However, if the damage is beyond repair, iGeek Tech Repair has the technology to retrieve any information stored on your phone and transfer them to a new device. 

What Do You Need Fixed Today?

Our iPhone repair in Elk Grove, CA is always done fast, with high-quality parts and for the cheapest price possible.

If you need Samsung repair in Elk Grove, CA look no further! With iGeek rest assured you’ll be in good hands.

Did you break your Pixel? Whatever issue you’re dealing with, our Google repair in Elk Grove, CA will help.

Leave it to us for outstanding customer service and the best quality iPad repair in Elk Grove, CA.

From Android to iPhone to Google and Samsung, we have the training and high quality parts to complete any cell phone repair in Elk Grove, CA.

If you cracked your screen or your battery isn’t holding a charge, check out our tablet repair in Elk Grove, CA.

Our computer repair in Elk Grove, CA is fast, safe, and with unbeatable prices you’ll get back on track in no time. 

Don’t let that red ring of death get you down! If you need game console repair in Elk Grove, CA , hit us up and we’ll have you back to pwning noobs in no time.

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