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Samsung launches the new do-it-yourself repair program

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After a few months from the official announcement, Samsung launched “do it yourself” repair program which was presented last spring. Such a program is realized in collaboration with iFixit. At least for the moment, the repair program launched today by Samsung is exclusively for the market of United States. In the future, however, it is reasonable to expect an expansion into other markets.

Samsung has launched its new DIY repair program in the US in partnership with iFixit

Samsung’s DIY repair program involves various components of its smartphones such as i display, batteries and charging ports. The company provides repair kits and instructions to follow. Users thus have the possibility to independently carry out the work to restore the functioning of the devices. At the momentthe program is limited to a few devices like the top of the range Galaxy S21 and S20 and the Galaxy Tab S7 + tablet. In the future, however, there will be an expansion of the program with the addition of new devices and more repair products.

IFixit’s comment

iFixit commented: “We work with Samsung to make it easier for all Galaxy owners to repair their devices. With this offer, you can extend the life of your products, promote a circular economy and minimize electronic waste “

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