July is just about half way over. . .

Hi friends, that also means that our Deal of the Month is about half way over as well!

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After July, our pricing will return to normal on the ever popular iPad Mini Screen Repair. It’s unfortunate that there are so many of these in the market that have broken since their release- too bad the speculated “sapphire” screens – that have been rumored to be installed on the New iPhone 6 – wasn’t already invented and installed on the iPad Mini.

Nevertheless, we are here and ready to help you take care of that iPad Mini with shattered glass…this month on Special with no coupon code necessary.

iPad Mini Screen Repairs at Mission Repair…the time is NOW!

Take care, Ryan

P.S. More on the iPhone Sapphire Screens soon.

HTC ONE X = Back In Stock!

Hello M:R Nation –

I have some awesome news for all of you HTC ONE X owners! We now have the HTC ONE X Screen assemblies back in stock! Don’t be fooled by the companies selling the glass and or the LCD screen separately. This part comes one way only, and that is fused together. Without this fusion of glass and LCD screen, there is a high chance of getting dust and other debris under the glass causing more than just an eyesore.




For those of you that don’t own or know anything about the HTC ONE X , this is an amazing phone. Here are a few specs to show you just how amazing it is:

Screen Assembly: Super IPS LCD2 capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors/ Corning Gorilla Glass

Memory: Standard 32GB

Camera: 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus 

Video Capability: 1080p@24fps, stereo sound rec., video stabilization

Chipset: Nvidia Tegra 3

Audio: Beats Audio

As you can see, this phone is a beast and is packed with all of the features that you have come to expect.

Not only do we have it in stock, we have also slashed the price! We have dropped the repair price a massive $60.00 to only $189.00! Add in our Got Repair benefit , you can’t find a better deal out there.

We are ready to take your orders so if you need the HTC One X LCD and Glass Screen Repair service, give us a ring at 866-638-8402 or email sales@missionrepair.com and let us help you out today!

Cheers, Troy


New Service: HTC Evo 4G LTE Glass Touch Screen Repair!

Hello M:R Nation’ers

I don’t think that^ works, I’ll keep working on it . Anyway, I have an awesome service to talk about today that I have been working on for a couple of months and we can finally announce it! We have been servicing HTC smartphones for a couple years now and the HTC EVO is a staple of the HTC line. We have shared many good and bad times together and we are still receiving these phones on a daily basis for repair.

Well, here is the EVO 4G’s faster and better looking brother, The EVO 4G LTE! This phone is smokin with a Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait processor, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and of course the LTE capability. This phone also has the famed Corning Gorilla Glass that is very tough and scratch resistant.

Like I have mentioned in the past, this Gorilla Glass technology is not crack proof. So this is where Mission Repair comes in! Starting right this very picosecond, you can now order the HTC Evo 4G LTE Glass Touch Screen Repair! This is going to be a great service for years to come, just like the first EVO 4G!

We are also offering the LCD service very soon, so look out for that announcement coming shortly!

Cheers, Troy

New Service: Samsung Galaxy Note i717 Glass and LCD Screen Repair (Black and White)

Greetings M:R Nation,

We have just received stock and are excited to announce that we now service the  Samsung Galaxy Note i717! These screens are beautiful and GIGANTIC! This is an AT&T phone and has a 5.3in AMOLED screen that is blinding. It also utilizes Corning’s “Gorilla Glass” Technology. Samsung has sold 1,000,000 in its first two months of being on the market and with these numbers, we assume there is a few broken Notes and hearts out there 🙂

Fresh out of the package!

Please visit the following links to get your repair started today!

Black:Samsung Galaxy Note i717 Glass and LCD Screen Repair

White: Samsung Galaxy Note i717 Glass and LCD Screen Repair

Cheers, Troy

Does the iPad use Gorilla Glass?

Well according to Alexander Miles, a senior double-majoring in Materials Science and Engineering and Optical Science and Engineering of the University of Arizona. . .the iPad does use Gorilla Glass for it’s glass panel!

The fact of the matter is that the iPad 2 glass panel is just 0.62mm thick compared to the 0.85mm thick original iPad Glass. And the iPad 2 is using aluminosilicate glass which is touted as “highly damage-resistant and protects the world’s coolest gadgets from everyday wear and tear.”

Gorilla Glass is made by Corning – and Gorilla Glass is aluminosilicate glass. Corning, you know the glass experts that have been making household items for us for decades? It just seems like a great fit for electronics manufacturers to go to the experts in glass to make their devices look great and be as durable as possible.

Corning has come out with “Gorilla Glass 2” which is as tough and scratch resistant as ever to withstand the unexpected abuses of everyday life. It’s thinner, enabling sleeker devices, brighter images, and great touch sensitivity.

It makes you wonder why Apple doesn’t just tout the use of “Gorilla Glass” in their devices? If you visit the Corning website, there’s a long list of Manufacturers that advertise and state that they use the amazing Gorilla Glass – but there’s also another disclaimer:

So I wonder who is on this list of “hidden” customers? We all know that the brainpower at Apple, Inc. has their reasons for being secretive and wanting to protect their brand – but heck what’s the harm in touting that you use the best glass in the business?

But let’s take it a step further. . .the best glass in the business isn’t stopping breakage and cracks from happening on the iPad. Take a look around the internet and you might find a “less than scientific” drop test of someone that’s willing to just smash a device. Or give us a call at 866-638-8402 and we can discuss the condition of the units we get in for glass replacements. We are receiving an unprecedented amount of iPads in for repair – and I don’t care if you have Gorilla Glass or not – GLASS is GLASS.

There’s one universal problem with glass. It breaks easily.

Remember that even Corning doesn’t make any claims that these glass panels are tough against drops – they merely state “highly damage-resistant and *Gorilla Glass* protects the world’s coolest gadgets from everyday wear and tear.” Wear and tear is not dropping an iPad on a moving treadmill!

We are running a special on iPad 2 glass repairs as they are the deal of the week right now, no coupon necessary. Just let us know if we can help!

Take care, Ryan