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Recommendations: Phone screen repair in LV

#1
Have a Samsung phone with a freshly-smashed screen, and am looking for recommendations on places to get it fixed.

Just about anywhere in the LV valley will work, just looking for good work at a fair price.

Thanks!
 

Jetpackmonkey

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#3
I had Wireless Toyz at DI and Jones replace the screen on my Iphone, and fix the camera after it took a bad tumble. Was very happy with the results. I think the total was under $100 for both fixes.
 

MAC702

LEGEN...wait for it... DARY!
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#5
After the repair, those tempered glass stick-ons are WELL worth it. I put one on mine the day I got it. It got cracked a couple times and I just kept it on. Eventually I dropped it face first onto some rocks. After a few weeks of being annoyed with the big chips in it, but the phone still being otherwise usable, I bought another tempered glass cover and it took me five minutes to replace it myself for ten bucks. Phone looks perfect again.
 

Harley

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#6
After the repair, those tempered glass stick-ons are WELL worth it. I put one on mine the day I got it. It got cracked a couple times and I just kept it on. Eventually I dropped it face first onto some rocks. After a few weeks of being annoyed with the big chips in it, but the phone still being otherwise usable, I bought another tempered glass cover and it took me five minutes to replace it myself for ten bucks. Phone looks perfect again.
Those work great and along with a good quality case like Otterbox, Ballistics, etc make a BIG difference. My first smart phone was an Iphone 3 when they came out. Have dropped phones several times over the years and have never broke a screen or any other damage.
 

icode

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#8
There is a great place on Stephanie and Warm Springs called "uBreakIfix" or something like that, I know many people that have used their services and even some people who didn't use them cuz the workers were honest and told the customer their phone wasn't worth fixing! I whole heartedly agree with Harley, get an Otterbox; the one with the built-in screen protector. Those things make your phone practically indestructible.