When your device is broken, repairing it can be a real headache. For this reason, Samsung created a self-repair service that allows you to repair your device yourself at home. Starting today, Samsung is expanding its US service to more devices, including laptops.
The self-healing program previously affected Galaxy S20, S21 and Tab S7 devices. The program is now available for the Galaxy Book Pro 15-inch and Galaxy Book Pro 360 15-inch computers, as well as the Galaxy S22 series.
Samsung is working with iFixit to provide this service to its customers. All the owner of the device needs to do is to choose the appropriate repair kit on the iFixit website and purchase it. Once the kit arrives at their home, the device owner can watch an online video tutorial with step-by-step repair instructions.
Additional repair kits
According to Samsung, Galaxy Book owners will have access to seven repairs under the program, including repairs to the case, screen, battery, touchpad, power key with fingerprint scanner, and rubber foot. Smartphone owners will be able to replace the display assembly, rear glass, and charging ports.
Repair kits are available for purchase today. Other Samsung home repair options include the Samsung Beyond Boundaries program, which sends technicians to your home for home repairs if you live within four hours of a Samsung service center, and the Samsung Travel Techs program, which sends technicians to customers. outside this radius.