Lots of gadgets are products of our technologically-advanced world. One of the best inventions was the introduction of hi-tech mobile phones like that of Samsung Galaxy S7 Active on 2016.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Active has a super AMOLED capacity touch screen. Its size is 5.1 inches and we can’t deny that it’s truly prone from accidental slip, scratches and many other unwanted damages.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active model is likely to be damaged and lost its functions when not taken good care of. Thus, when accident and unwanted things happened, iFixScreens is here to cater to all the repair services you need.
We offer same day in store-repair service for most Samsung phone issues, such as screen repair, battery replacement, and charge port replacement. If you send your phone directly to us using our Mail-In Repair option, the turn around time is 5-7 business days.
After examining your phone, our technician will confirm the total costs for repair. They will also let you know of any promotions they have currently going on at their location. In some cases, a fix might be covered by our 180 Days Warranty.
The most commons types of Samsung repairs our stores do are:
Broken Samsung Galaxy S7 Active Screen?
Mistakes do happen and let's face it; it's so easy to drop your new shiny phone. When the inevitable happens, and you crack your phone, we are here to fix it fast, using the highest quality parts, and with confidence to give you 180 days warranty.
No matter the model, we can repair all Samsung phone screen cracks.
We all love our Samsung Galaxy S7 Active, but the fact of the matter is that we hate its battery life. Not only it prevents from doing the most critical tasks in our daily life at the most crucial time, but low battery life also slows down the phone.
Battery replacement for Samsung Galaxy S7 Active phone is the most common repair we do in our stores. Stop by today and do not let the low battery life prevents you from capturing precious moments.
What to Do if you Drop Your Samsung Galaxy S7 Active in Water?
If you have dropped your Samsung Galaxy S7 in water, the first thing you should do is immediately turn it off to avoid short-circuiting and bring it to your nearest iFixScreens location and let us diagnose it.
If the damage is not too much, we can fix most water damage issues the same day. However, if the damage is extensive, we can still fix it but it will require a thorough diagnosis and in most cases micro soldering work and possibly some microchip replacement.
Several reasons could cause your Samsung Galaxy S7 Active to not power on. If your LCD is damaged, from a drop or hardware issue, it could look like your phone is not turning on.
Damaged or dirty charge ports can cause your phone not to charge. Another reason could be if your phone battery is not holding the charge.
We offer a quick and easy phone battery replacement service. Lastly, if your device has water damage, corrosion or a short circuit may have caused your phone to not power on.
Why is my Samsung Galaxy S7 Active Speaker not Working?
A malfunctioning Samsung Galaxy S7 Active speaker is typically software or a hardware issue. Our expert technicians will thoroughly examine your device and give you a comprehensive free diagnosis about Phone Speaker not working.
Whether it's a software issue or hardware and your Samsung Galaxy S7 Active need speaker replacement, our techs will have it repaired for you in no time.
Sluggish Samsung Galaxy S7 Active could be caused by lack of storage on your phone. Deleting unwanted photos, videos, and applications that track locations or run in the background can free up some space and in most cases will speed up your phone. A dying battery can cause phone slowness as well.
For quick phone battery replacement or if you need our techs to tune your phone, bring it and let us help you.
Bring your device and any accessories that you need help with.
Before you send your device
Follow these steps before you send your device in for repair or replacement. If it won't turn on or respond, finish as many steps as possible:
Back up your Samsung device.
Make sure that Activation Lock is disabled.
Remove any SIM card, case, or screen protector from your device and keep your cable and charger.
Now your device is ready to send. If you arranged a repair request, you should have received instructions for how to mail in your device. If you didn't get instructions or you haven't set up a repair request, contact us.