10 Places To Repair Your Phone In Lagos

Phones are almost next to air in the world right now. These days, people nearly bond with their phones more than they bond with other humans. You might be able to go without food for a whole day but can’t be without your phone for an hour. Phone repairs happen quite often. Phones naturally develop faults after a period of time, mainly from misuse. With a faulty phone, the next thing is to find a place to get the phone repaired well at a good price, unless you have money to shell out for a new phone every time your phone develops a fault. Most commonly, it is a broken screen that is a problem. Here is how much it really costs to replace your phone screen. Lagos is a big city. Just like most big ...

Wahab Has Used The Same Phone For 5 Years. Here’s How He Did It.

Every Nigerian wants to own the best clothes, cars or phones. However, it is one thing to own expensive or luxurious items, and it is another thing to maintain them. With mobile phones, they always have a way of getting spoilt, lost or stolen. Even if you’ve never had your phone stolen or lost it, you have probably needed to repair your phone at some point. It’s even possible that you have chosen to buy a new phone rather than spend money repairing an old one. After spending so much money on a phone, how do you make sure that phone serves you for a long time? We’ve gotten advice from our friend Wahab and curated the following tips: Ignore Trends Before we proceed to list dos and don’ts, take note of this: For ...

Don’t Get Cheated; How Much It Really Costs To Replace Your Phone Screen

Mobile phones are a huge part of our lives right now,  point in case-  part of this article was written on a phone.  For most people, it is almost impossible to do without a phone. Therefore, the fear of a damaged phone is real. The two common issues with phones are broken screens and water damage. if you drop your phone in water, you might be able to save it with the following tips: Turn it off immediately. If it’s off already, do not turn it on. Take out the battery (if it is removable) and SIM card. Soak up the liquid with a dry cloth or tissue. Make sure you dab gently. Bury the phone in a bowl of raw ...