Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ Screen Repair Available.

Hello and good morning!

We are making history here at Mission Repair with the new services that we are adding – and Melanie our webmaster is typing as fast as she can! Today, we’re announcing the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ Screen Repairs and are taking orders immediately.

You might recall a few days ago that we launched the Kindle Fire HDX 7″ Screen Repairs and we have been taking repair service orders steadily. Just as you might have expected, we’ve expanded our HDX Repairs to the 8.9″ Model as well.

We have more news coming soon from the repair center that you’ve known and trusted for years. I’ll be back soon.

Ryan

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX Repairs announced!

Hello friends –

With all the talk of Amazon’s new services lately – I just had to revisit some of our repairs that we offer and let you know that we have launched a few new services today.

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7″ Kindle Screen Repairs!

There is some confusion between the Kindle HD and the Kindle HDX. These are 2 totally different devices and we should talk about them! It’s not just one thing; there’s a lot going on here:

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Displays

The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX comes in two sizes: 7-inch and 8.9-inch, offering a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution display (323ppi) on the 7-inch and 2560 x 1600 (339ppi) on the 8.9-inch. At that resolution, the 8.9-inch HDX has the sharpest display around, while the new 7-inch HDX matches the Nexus 7 (2013) for pixels.

The Kindle Fire HD (2013) – that’s the new version – has a 7-inch 1280 x 800 (216ppi) display, whilst the Fire HD 8.9-inch has a 1920 x 1200 (254ppi) display. Naturally, the higher pixel density displays of the HDX will give you more detail, with the 8.9-inch HDX looking like the real star in the pack.

Power and battery

The Kindle Fire HDX models have a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, the same sort of thing as you’ll find in the LG G2 or Samsung Galaxy Note 3. That means oodles of power on offer on both the 7-inch and 8.9-inch models, both with 2GB of RAM.

The Kindle Fire HD models both at 7 and 8.9-inches settle for a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. The HDX will be faster, but Amazon also reports that the Kindle Fire HDX will offer slightly longer battery life. Not bad considering the step-up in display and power. It’s aided by a new software feature designed for reading, which shuts down non-essential hardware to extend the battery to 17 hours if reading alone.

Cameras

The camera isn’t the most important part of a tablet in our opinion, but you still see a large number of people using them to take photos: the Kindle Fire range hasn’t had a rear camera until now. The Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 has a rear 8-megapixel camera, as well as a front-facing camera.

Both the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 and the new Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch offer front-facing cameras, while the new 7-inch Kindle Fire HD (2013) has no camera at all.

Connectivity

Kindle is known for being well connected and the wide range of clever features, like Whispersync, that come with it. The new 7-inch Kindle Fire HD (2013) is the only model without the option for 4G. It also misses out on the dual-antenna Wi-Fi that the others offer. If connectivity is key, so you might want to avoid the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD and pick one of the others.

Software

The Kindle Fire HDX and 7-inch Kindle Fire HD (2013) debut with the latest Fire OS3 software. The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 doesn’t have that update and there’s no word on if it will.

Fire OS3 brings a range of features to the Kindle Fire HD and HDX family, including a new Mayday button for instant customer service support, second screen features, better touch response, X-Ray for music, a new reading mode that powers down hardware that’s not needed to extend the battery life and much more.

Repair Price

This is where Mission Repair steps in. While the HDX is a little more expensive to repair than the Kindle Fire HD, it’s still simply more cost effective to repair than replace. Give us a call if you have any questions at 866-638-8402. Thanks!

Ryan

Kindle Unlimited…good news!

Hello friends- I’ve found myself using my Kindle to read more and more lately.

I know, who reads any more, right? Well apparently reading is still a good way to spend quality time in life, and I happen to agree. In fact, Dandra is a librarian, so reading is not an option at the Arter house 😉

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Today, Amazon officially released “Kindle Unlimited” which allows the customer to enjoy unlimited access to over 600,000 titles and thousands of audiobooks on any device for just $9.99 a month. There’s a 30-day free trial as well which is really nice! Don’t worry Dandra, I already signed us up.

Amazon is giving you the freedom to explore through reading with their new program. 600,000 titles. Tons of options. I’m in – I thought that I’d pass this along.

Have a good day, Ryan

With the success of our Kindle Fire repairs, we are now offering Kindle Fire HD services.

Hello everyone, we’ve got a lot happening here at Mission Repair – and we are happy to announce the launch of our newest service for the Kindle Fire HD.

We’ve got a supply of brand new ports inbound to our location, and if you’re one of the many customers that have an issue with the port on your Kindle Fire, then this service could be just what you are looking for!

Once it stops charging - it's time to call 866-638-8402.

Once it stops charging – it’s time to call 866-638-8402.

We’ve repaired literally thousands of Kindle Fire (Non-HD version) units in the last year – and it continues to be a prominent service for us here at Mission Repair. And like the Kindle Fire, we will receive your failing device, disassemble it, remove the broken charging port and install a new one. This will get your expensive device back up and operational again.

If you need this repair for your Kindle Fire, click here.

If you need this repair for your Kindle Fire HD, click here.

Any questions? Let’s get your device back to normal for you.

Have a great day, Ryan

Price Drop: Kindle Fire Glass Screen Repair Service!

Hello M:R Nation –

The Kindle Fire is what you could call an “oldie” in the tablet world. Released in November of 2011, it now has some age to it. However, don’t let this word “age” fool you! The Kindle Fire is still a seriously capable device that is still putting a lot of its new competition to shame and is still a “goodie”!

Like I have said before, you can always tell the good devices by the willingness of it’s owner to repair it… and let me tell you, people are willing to repair the Kindle Fire without hesitation. Be it the charging port, a casing part or the most common issue, A  cracked glass screen, folks from around the country are keeping these little guys up and running!

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Not Good!

Today we are giving you even more reason to keep your Kindle Fire and not pay hundreds of $ on a brand new tablet. Starting this very second, we are lowering the price of our Kindle Fire Glass Screen Repair Service by $20.00! Thats right, It is now only $89.00 to have the cracked glass on your Kindle Fire, replaces with a brand new, shard free piece of glass!

You can now regain the touch function on your Kindle that you so desire and still have enough cash left over to buy a few books. This is a deal that is just too good to pass up! The best part, these prices aren’t going anywhere. as this is now the everyday price of the  Kindle Fire Glass Screen Repair Service and not a limited run special!

Remember, never hesitate to call with any comments, questions or concerns at 866-638-8402. Also, keep your eyes peeled for a big announcement from Ryan today!

Cheers, Troy

Deal Of The Week!

Hello M:R Nation – 

Please accept my apologies, I quietly slipped in a new Deal Of The Week without telling anyone about it. My bad…So let me make up for the lack of communication with an in your face blurb about this weeks deal! 

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Here it is: This week, the Kindle Fire Glass repair service is now $20.00 cheaper! You will be receiving the same great customer service, quality part and professional installation as if you were paying full price. You will also be enjoying the piece of mind that you made the most thrifty decision possible by choosing Mission Repair! 

Ok, now that I finally communicated that to everyone, I am off to work on some great new Mac Laptop services that we will revealing very soon. Keep your eye out for it and enjoy the rest of your Tuesday! 

Cheers, Troy

Price Drop: Kindle Fire HD Glass & LCD Screen Repair Services!

Hello M:R Nation –

Its a nice foggy morning here in Kansas City and it’s tad bit on the chilly side. I have been dreaming of a nice 70 degree sunny day, but I just don’t think it’s going to happen. So what better way to get things heated up than a price drop? This is not just any price drop either. We are talking about a significant price drop on the Kindle Fire HD! Available in two sizes, 7″ and 8.9″, both have beautiful displays and both are becoming very popular in the tablet world.

Kindle Fire HD 7" Glass LCD Screen Repair Service
Kindle Fire HD 7″ Glass & LCD Screen Repair Service
NEW PRICE:$139.00


Kindle Fire HD – If you have cracks, a shattered screen or experiencing touch sensitivity, this service is for you.
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Kindle Fire HD 8.9" Glass/LCD Screen Repair Service
Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ Glass & LCD Screen Repair Service
NEW PRICE:$149.00


Kindle Fire HD – If you have cracks, a shattered screen or experiencing touch sensitivity, this service is for you.
222-6400 

With this massive price drop, we plan on seeing a lot more Kindle Fire HD repairs come through our facility, so we have taken the necessary measures to handle this nice increase. We are stocked and ready to go people! Also, please know that this repair involves us replacing both the glass and LCD screen? So if you find yourself with both a broken LCD and glass, this service has you covered!

As always, we would love to talk with you, so if you have any questions on this or any other service, please don’t hesitate to call 866-638-8402 or email sales@missionrepair.com. Wish me luck as I head down to our inventory room to unpack some freshly received Kindle Fire HD screens!

Cheers, Troy