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Samsung partners with iFixit to Help Users repair their Galaxy devices

Fans of the right-to-repair movement, rejoice!

If you’re an avid user of Samsung phones, you may have experienced at least once in your lifetime a cracked screen or a broken back glass. Well, good news! Samsung is pushing to offer consumers access to device parts, repair tools, and repair guides. This comes not too long after Apple announced that it will make manuals and tools publicly available for some of its devices last November 2021.

The downside, however, is that the repair program is currently offered only by Samsung US as of now, but it’s a step in the right direction nonetheless that benefits consumers. Samsung’s new repair program comes in partnership with iFixit, who are advocates for the right-to-repair movement that allows consumers to be able to repair their devices and have access to the tools and methods for repairing their devices.

Samsung says that it will only limit the repair terms to only allow users to fix the display, back glass, and charging ports. The program is expected to launch this summer. As well, the only products supported in this repair program are previous generation Samsung devices such as the Galaxy S20 and  S21 family of devices, and the Galaxy Tab 7 Plus with plans to add more devices in the near future.

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Hi! I'm VJ Mendoza! Although I just finished my Bachelor's in Nursing, I've always loved tech and to just to get an idea of me, some things I like are anime, video games, sports such as basketball, volleyball and fencing.

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