Phone Doctors has another great video for you. This one is for all you Samsung Note owners out there. The Samsung Note has a gorgeous screen and great usability. When that screen gets cracked, though, Note owners around the world can be identified by their psycho-banshee wails. Tim from Phone Doctors has you covered with an easy-to-follow Samsung Note screen repair video.
Repairing your Samsung Note yourself is a great way to save money, challenge yourself, and broaden your understanding of your mobile phone. At Phone Doctors, we’re all for self-challenge with successful results. That’s why our DIY kits, parts and instructions are some of the best you’ll find.
What You’ll Need
The tools for repairing your broken Samsung Note screen are simple and easy to come by. You’ll need a Phillips screwdriver–that’s the one that looks like an X. You’ll also need a plastic pick, a metal pick, and a heat gun. A hair dryer works fine if you don’t have a heat gun license. Joking.
The video walks you through every step of the screen repair process. Tim shows you how to disassemble the protective back of your phone, which screws to remove, how to unhook the cables to your circuit board, and how to carefully peel away your LCD screen–even if it’s smashed to smithereens. With several helpful tips about safe glass removal and warnings about potential DIY repair problems scattered throughout the video, we’re confident that this is one of the most thorough How-To’s on the Internet.
Other DIY repair companies might charge you big bucks for access to a video like this. Phone Doctors is giving away the expert knowledge and techniques in this video because we believe that do-it-yourself repair should be accessible to every phone owner. It’s your device, and when you take repair into your own hands, you get to know the inner workings of your Samsung Note. Watch the video, and don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty.
Try Us Out!
Phone Doctors has all the tools you need to complete this repair job. We’ve got screwdrivers that are perfectly suited for removing your phone’s components, picks that will keep your circuits safe, and competitively-priced screens for a huge collection of phones. If you like the video, visit the Phone Doctors store and stock up on what you need.
Just remember not to operate a heat gun without a license.
We’re joking, guys. Again.