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Smartphone Troubleshooting & Repair

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Posted on: August 24, 2016
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It is an unavoidable fact that smartphones can, and do, break. When they do, people want to get them repaired, but often the only option they have is to take their device back to wherever they purchased it from and have the merchant return it to the manufacturer. This process of sending it away, having it repaired, and sending it back can take days, or sometimes weeks if the fault is serious, and this can be frustrating and inconvenient for the owner. Being able to repair smartphones for people in your local area could give you a great opportunity to start your own business, or add a repair service to your existing business if you already deal in electronics or phones. You can get started straight away by signing up to our free email newsletter, which will give you great tips to help you get started.

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  • S. Goodwin
    Posted on August 24, 2016 at 8:10 AM
    At first glance I feel that it may be useful because it appears to have explanations This book seems to have mixed reviews. I decided to buy the book, even after my wife said not to and, after seeing the negative reviews on the bottom of the page. At first glance I feel that it may be useful because it appears to have explanations, and troubleshooting help for repair tips and tricks currently used in the marketplace. Here are some points, that might, seem helpful to anyone interested in this purchase. 
  • Yreka Mailbox
    Posted on August 24, 2016 at 8:31 AM
    Does the author speak english? This is by far the worst book I have ever bought. If I could return it I would. While the author may know his stuff, the book reads as if it were dictated by someone who does not speak English as a first language, and then transcribed by computer. No proofreading was done. Incomplete sentences, ambiguous references, etc, make this book nearly impossible to follow. Save your money and do not buy this book.
  • larry neal white
    Posted on August 24, 2016 at 8:34 AM
    How many people have a phone now? Definitely a valuable and informative volume!
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