Custom Repair Service
But what about all those other smartphones and tablets out there? What about data recovery. Water damage? Microsoldering broken motherboards? Maybe you’ve got an iPod or digital camera or some other mobile, electronic device that you need fixed.
We can help!
Keep reading or simply use this form to request a service. ->
Our whole process is designed to be as quick and easy as possible for you.
- Visit our “request a service” page and let us know what you need.
- We’ll reply quickly information on the repair, shipping, and payment options.
- You pay for the repair and mail us the device.
- As soon as you pay, we order any custom parts needed to reduce the repair time.
- We receive your device, fix it (usually within a few days), and mail it back to you.
- You receive the device back.
Free Estimates & No Fix, No Pay
We never charge to look at your phone and give you an estimate. We also have a policy that if we can’t fix your device, we don’t charge you for any repair work or parts (though we may charge return shipping if the device needs to be mailed back to you).
The technicians that operate our mail-in repair service are capable of fixing a very wide array of devices and problems. The following is not meant to be an exhaustive list but rather an idea of some of the things we are capable of doing.
- Screen repairs on LG, Motorola, Google Pixel, and many other smartphones.
- Upgrading the storage capacity and replacing batteries on the iPod Classic.
- Replacing the charging IC chips, backlight filters, and FPC connectors on iPhones and iPads.
- Fixing the screens on tablets like the Windows Surface and Galaxy Tab.
- Resuscitate water damaged devices.
- MacBook repairs.
- Data recovery on completely dead devices.
- And more…
Don’t see your device or repair listed on our site? No problem!
History of Custom Repairs at JCD
Since late 2016 we have been making significant investments into the repair offerings at our mail-in repair depot. Here’s a few of the things we’ve done:
- Professional soldering training for technicians.
- Heavy investment in high-end soldering and diagnostic equipment.
- Hours of video and vendor research to learn techniques and find component providers.
- Experimentation on hundreds of dead devices.
- Practice, practice, practice.
Since we’ve started this project we have made massive strides in our abilities to not just go deeper into our traditional repairs (Apple and Samsung devices), but have significantly expanded the number of devices we can fix.