If your phone screen just didn't survive that last drop, here are three ways to get it back to looking like new.
Your safest and cheapest option if it's still insured or under warranty is to take it Take it directly to the manufacturer.
Apple, Samsung, and Google fix broken screens as part of their repair service and leave it running like new.
The downside is you'll have to wait for an appointment at a store or mail it in and wait a few days.
If you're on a time current you can always try a local repair shop or have the professionals come to you.
Services like SquareTrade and Pulse offer in-home repair services seven days a week Just book on there website and a certified technician will come to you.
Whether you're at home or at the office to patch up that screen in less than 30 minutes.
And as a last resort you can try the DIY route.
Screen replacement kits are a lot cheaper but extremely risky unless you really know what you're doing.
And if anything goes wrong, the warranty would definitely not hold up.
In San Francisco I'm Vanessa Hand Orellana Cnet.com for CBS News.
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