Samsung and iFixit’s Galaxy self-repair program is now open to US consumers

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Tamsin Rodriguez4 August 2022Last Update : 1 week ago
Samsung and iFixit’s Galaxy self-repair program is now open to US consumers

Back in April, Samsung US and iFixit announced their Galaxy self-repair program, though they didn’t immediately start selling the parts needed for it. The floodgates are finally open and you can now order genuine parts and tools to repair your Samsung devices.



Devices covered by Samsung and iFixit’s self-repair program

The repair program only covers the phones in the Galaxy S20 series and S21 series, as well as the Galaxy Tab S7+ tablet for now. You get access to three component types – screen assemblies, back cover and charging ports. Interestingly, Samsung still hasn’t shared any details about battery replacements.

Component prices for the older Galaxy S20 series models range from $59.99 for the charging port on all three models to $224.99 for the S20 Ultra’s display assembly. The Galaxy S21’s screen comes in at $160.99, while the S21 Ultra’s costs $232.99. A Galaxy Tab S7+ display costs $219.99, while the charging port costs $59.99.

Samsung and iFixit's Galaxy self-repair program is now open to US consumers

Those looking to repair their own Galaxy device can order the original Samsung parts and tools from the Samsung Store including retail and service locations, as well as from the iFixit website. Samsung is committed to expanding the devices and repair components covered by the program in the future.

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