Samsung And IFixit Now Offer Parts And Tools to Repair Galaxy Devices.
It took almost half a decade for Samsung’s self-repair program to be ready. You can fix your Galaxy Tab S7+, Galaxy S21, or Galaxy S20 with the iFixit team up. They provide tools and components that are officially approved. There is also a guide to help you. Prices range from $67 for a charging port on any model to $227 for a Tab 7+ display screen, back glass, and battery.
You will receive a return label free of charge to send the damaged parts to Samsung for recycling. The current self-repair program only supports the US, but companies plan to expand their support to other countries, devices, and parts over time.