Samsung Rogue Screen Repair = 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, LAUNCHED!

Hello all, I’m here to help you with ALL of your Mission Repair and Got Repair questions. Let’s ask our panel some of the important ones about our new Samsung Rogue Screen Repair Services.

Q: Does Mission Repair offer Samsung Rogue Screen Repair?
A: As of 5/11/11, yes we have the parts in stock and ready to install.

Q: Does Mission Repair carry the glass and the LCD in stock in case both are broken?
A: Yes. We’ve got both parts in stock to quickly serve our customers.

Q: Does Mission Repair offer a warranty?
A: I’m glad you asked! This is my favorite part. Yes, there is a 1 year manufacturers warranty on all screen repairs. So if there is a faulty part or failed screen within 1 year we will repair it. Additionally, these repairs include our GOT REPAIR program benefits so if you ever crack or physically damage your screen again, we’ll repair it again, forever and as many times as you want, under the Got Repair benefits.

Q: Does Mission Repair work on any other Smartphones?
A: Of course. We are the leader in phone repair including the iPhone, HTC phones, Samsung, Dell, and many more!

Q: Can I call you if I have more questions?
A: Of course. 866-638-8402 and we always answer during normal business hours!

Q: Do you ever stop typing?
A: Nope. My customers demand that I continue typing 😉 It’s my job here at Mission Repair. It might not always be what everyone wants to hear, but it’s certainly a lot of fun and necessary!

Thanks everyone, Ryan

HTC Thunderbolt Phone Repairs launched today!

Good afternoon everyone, we are thrilled to announce a new line of services – specifically today we are happy to bring you HTC Thunderbolt Screen Repairs (that include our Got Repair benefits for FREE) and other HTC Thunderbolt services as needed.

With this much power, speed and Android™ awesomeness, it’s not your dream phone. It’s the one after that. Infinite entertainment. Download movies, e-books, games, music and more in seconds. Pop out the kickstand, turn up the surround sound and enjoy hours of entertainment on the hi-res 4.3″ screen. Infinite possibilities. With an 8MP camera, LED flash, in-camera effects and a 720p HD camcorder, you can capture every moment in picture-perfect resolution. And with 4G uploads, you can unleash it instantly, for all your friends to see. Phone screen, meet flatscreen. Built-in DLNA connectivity takes all the music, movies and photos on your phone and beams them up wirelessly to your flatscreen. Beyond wireless. Launch a mobile hotspot and just like that, your phone turns into a wireless router, providing a Wi-Fi™ connection and the power of 4G for up to five devices.

The wait is over. With a 1GHz Snapdragon Processor and the power of Verizon’s new 4G network, you can say goodbye to the loading bar. And with the new instant-boot feature, you can say hello, faster than ever before.

Why do we separate out the HTC screen repairs from the rest? Well it’s because we see more screen repairs than anything else, and we’re here to solve these Thunderbolt cracked screen issues with supurb efficiency.

Check out our HTC Thunderbolt Screen Repair Services online and we’re taking orders immediately!

Best, Ryan

Samsung Focus Screen Repair = Success!

Good morning internet! We announced our highly anticipated Samsung Focus screen repair service last week, and now we are starting to see these phones on a daily basis here at the Mission Repair base-

A cracked Samsung phone is just no fun to use.

After our techs work their magic, the Focus is back!

Remember, that with all of our screen repairs you receive an amazing life time warranty. This is the exclusive “Got Repair” benefits that we offer that is FREE when you use our service. It guarantees that if you ever crack or damage this same smartphone again we will fix it again under our “Got Repair” program. It’s the name of the game around here at Mission Repair and it’s the way that I’d want to be treated!

Hey, have a great day!


Is it true? Apple violates your trust in privacy in iPhone iOS 4. . .

Good morning everyone, I came across this article in a Linkedin discussion which I thought was very interesting.
“Apple has violated your personal trust. How?

By installing technology into your iPhone that tracks your EVERY move. Over at in their article iPhone Keeps Record Of Everywhere You Go it says that Apple’s tracking of your data will never leave your phone. Here’s the key:

The file contains the latitude and longitude of the phone’s recorded coordinates along with a timestamp, meaning that anyone who stole the phone or the computer could discover details about the owner’s movements using a simple program.

“Alasdair has looked for similar tracking code in [Google’s] Android phones and couldn’t find any,” said Warden. “We haven’t come across any instances of other phone manufacturers doing this.”

And if you get a new phone, the data is transferred to your new phone.

“The Fourth Amendment is a protection against actions of the State, NOT actions of private institutions, or individuals.”

Does anyone think that once the state or any criminal knows this data is available, it’ll go after that data anyway it can, legal or illegal? Even though we have the fourth amendment, the government or criminal can STILL take legal or illegal actions to obtain this data AND use this data against you. And you may never know of it!

Imagine losing your phone “for an hour” and then find it reappearing again. Someone has downloaded your info and returned it without you knowing they’ve done it. Because we as iPhone users were not aware of these location logs anyone could have got the data and done harm to anyone, without our knowledge of it happening.

What if you’re Steve Jobs and your iPhone is lifted from you and this data is downloaded, do you think competitors would love this info? What if you were a CEO or person of means or had other important knowledge? Not everyone is trustworthy in my view, you may believe that everyone or all corporations are good, I don’t.

If the cell phone companies need the data to help improve the quality of my cell phone service, I don’t mind that.

It’s the access that bothers me. The point is that things are possible in some scenarios above and Apple did not ask for my PERMISSION to log my info which others might have access to, and therefore my TRUST is violated, no matter how non threatening it may seem.

Solution? Give us a “911″ tracking of info in case of an emergency, but let me have the choice of turning the rest on or off to the level that I choose.”
They guys over at also elaborated on it in a similar article on their site.

Big brother is watching! Should we be worried?