In collaboration with iFixit, Samsung launched self-repair kits last year that included parts for screen replacements, battery replacements, back glass, and charging ports, among other things. In the beginning, the program was only available for Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 devices, as well as Galaxy Tab S7+ tablets.
The company charges the same charges for spare parts and tools at its retail outlets and service centers as it does for its affiliated facilities. Repair manuals for these devices will also be available online for free and include step-by-step instructions and clear pictures to make them simple to grasp. Spare parts come with a prepaid return label so that the damaged part can be recycled responsibly. For this initiative, Samsung has chosen to partner with iFixit to allow users to get additional assistance.
Samsung launched the self-repair kits with official parts for the Galaxy S22 series
Samsung is offering repair kits with official parts for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra phones that allow you to do your own repairs at home. Kits are also available for the Galaxy Book Pro 15 and Galaxy Book Pro 360 15. This is a welcome development for DIYers and those who want to save money on repairs.
Galaxy S22 self-repair official parts price
|Device||USB C Charge Port||Back Glass||Screen & Battery|
|Galaxy S22 Plus||$66.99||$66.99||$189.99|
|Galaxy S22 Ultra||$66.99||$66.99||$239.99|
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