Samsung Galaxy SIII Screens in stock!

Hello folks, it’s been a while – but we have a huge inventory of Samsung Galaxy SIII Screens in stock with more units on the way tomorrow. We’ve made a huge investment in new screen assemblies – these are OEM assemblies that have been properly sealed in a clean room manufacturing process. I say “assembly” because our parts come with a new glass panel, digitizer, LCD, sub frame, bezel, home button and all the proper cabling.

There are multiple vendors selling glass panels ALONE on eBay and Amazon…and I want to warn you that these $20 parts may seem enticing but I’m here to tell you that without the proper equipment (including an autoclave that will heat, vacuum and seal the new glass panel onto the digitizer with the proper special optical adhesive) it is IMPOSSIBLE to get an OEM factory repair with these cheap, imitation $20 parts.

We can appreciate DIY technicians.  Just be sure you know what you're getting into before you buy this part from China!

We can appreciate DIY technicians. Just be sure you know what you’re getting into before you buy this part from China!

If you don’t care about what your phone looks like after it’s repaired, then maybe this is the way you prefer to “repair” your SG3. Additionally, it can take 2 hours to perform this method of a repair. Yikes. Time is money! An ugly phone or mis-repaired phone is worth even less.

However most of Mission Repair’s customers DO care about how their phone looks. And works. And lasts.

That’s why we only use OEM assemblies that have been properly sealed and assembled from the factory. We can then simply install a new assembly while you wait and ensure a high quality repair that’s performed by the professionals in the industry. Mission Repair, the Intelligent Choice.

Do you have any questions about this repair? Email me directly. I’ll be happy to answer them in the order in which received.

Hey all, we’re still in a rainy mess here at Mission Repair but I think we might be pulling out of it. April showers bring May flowers!

Take care, Ryan

My Macbook Air Screen Repair!

Hello M:R Nation –

What you see here is my very own Macbook Air. Yes, it now has a cracked screen and yes, I am now sick to my stomach. Honestly, a tiny part of me really believed that I would never see this day, but alas, this day has come. Overconfidence is no friend of mine.

Now that I have confirmed that I am not immune to dropping my computer, I think back to all of the times that I have written about our Macbook Air services. I now have a better understanding of what my readers were thinking when choosing us to repair their beloved computer and I finally get a chance to use our services from the outside looking in.

My poor baby!

My poor baby!

Of course, I could just walk up to Justin(our senior laptop technician) and ask him politely to repair my computer, but I am going to do this the real way. I will place my order online using the very link that I give out on this blog multiple times a month: Glossy 13″ MacBook Air LCD Screen Repair . I will take my computer home, wait for my box to arrive and I will ship it in like any normal customer.

Why do it this way? Because I think it will help identify any issues we might have with our overall repair process. While the process is spot on at the moment, we can never be too sure of ourselves and become complacent. So lets just call this a way of fine tuning this process. The best part, I am not going to tell any of our staff about it face to face. If they don’t read this post, they will never know its me ;-). Wish me luck!

Cheers, Troy


Rain, Rain Go Away. Well, at least the grass is greening up!

Hello everyone, we’re in the middle of a Spring rain here at Mission Repair – it’s really very grey and dreary out…the kind of day that you might want to curl up with a good book next to the fireplace and hunker down. While that sounds good, we don’t have the luxury here at Mission Repair to take the day off – we received a record number of orders in house yesterday and today, which means we are on full-alert-all-hands-on-deck mode!

Failure is not an option.


We’ve made it through our typically slow month of February, ramped up in March (yeah March Madness!) and the beginning of April certainly initiates the busy season here at Mission Repair. It’s that time of year again.

What’s sparked so many new customer orders besides the typical “busy season” launch? Our exclusive iPad Mini Glass Repair service has taken the market by storm. Our blog is getting more readers than ever and our social network sites are really blowing up too – we now have over 6,000 likes on Facebook, that’s exciting!

What can our customers expect from this news? Well firstly we are hiring immediately for new technician positions and customer service representatives, which brings our customers new levels of service and expectations. We are also launching a brand new Nationwide program that is being developed as we speak. While I can’t say much about it yet; it promises to be the first of it’s kind and will bring a new level of service to your doorstep that has never been attempted by any company in our industry before. I’ll be launching this new program within the next couple of months – I am so excited about it that I want to share the news now…but we’ll wait until it’s official launch.

Until then, stay indoors if you’re in this rain like we are and stay safe.

Best, Ryan