Samsung S7 Edge Repair Singapore and cost involve in repairing
The Samsung S7 Edge was created to provide design and performance at the same time. Its 5.5-inch touchscreen display featuring a resolution of 1440 by 2560 pixels at 534 ppi is one of the most predominant features of the phone. But that is not all. The phone also comes with a 1.6 GHz octa-core processor and 4GB of RAM. Its design is sleek, innovative and user-friendly too. It’s one of the most premium smartphones out there. As for the camera, the smartphone features a 12 MP camera, a 3600MAh battery as well as additional water and dust resistant features. The phone is available in six different shades.
Common Samsung S7 Edge Problems
The features of the Samsung S7 Edge are quite predominant and you would be forgiven to think that perhaps this smartphone is 100% perfect. But you’d be wrong. Despite all the great things that the S7 Edge has to offer, there are a few bugs here and there that need to be taken care off. But there is no need to be alarmed.
You have 2 options in case of a problem with your S7 Edge; you can either try and fix it yourself or send it to an authorized professional repair service like
All smartphones have their own issues but here are some of the common problems you are likely to experience with the Samsung S7 Edge and the possible solutions to address each one of them:
Audio Distorting or Crackling
Some people have complained that the audio on the Samsung S7 Edge sometimes sounds distorted or crackled. The crackling can be caused by a number of reasons:
- Distorted audio may happen if the phone is exposed to water. Although the phone is water resistant, it may need some time to dry up before the sound gets back to normal.
- Distorted sound and crackling can also be caused by a software bug within the phone.
The best solution if your phone has been exposed to water is to leave it to dry and try again. If the problem persists even after drying the phone, then get it to us for a solution. If the issue is a software problem you can go to the sound settings and toggle the UHQ upscaler on and off and see what happens. If there’s no change, bring to repair advise and our professionals will take care of it.
Screen and LCD Problems
The Samsung S7 Edge screen is a big part of the phone but it can also have some issues.
Here are some of the common screen problems:
- The Green Screen of Death – This is a situation where the screen turns green and stays like that. The phone will slowly fade into a green screen.
- Unresponsive Blank Screen – In this case, the display turns blank and the screen becomes unresponsive. The funny thing is that the phone will appear to be working fine. Music will play but no matter which buttons you press, it will not respond.
- Broken or Scratched Screen – The Samsung S7 Edge screen can be broken or scratched due to many reasons including normal wear and tear.
- Pink Line of Death – The vertical line on the Samsung S7 Edge is a generic problem that can be fixed by a replacement if you are under warranty.
Possible Solution to Screen Issues
If the screen is turning green, blank or becomes unresponsive, it only means that the display is defective and it will have to be replaced. You can try to reboot the phone or start it in safe mode and see what happens first. If things don’t work, you can bring the phone to RepairAdvise for a replacement. A replacement from the Samsung Service Center may cost up to $360 without labour charges.
The Samsung S7 Edge may also have issues with its battery. Some signs that indicate that the battery is defective include quick drain, slow charging and no charging. These issues are often common with older phones. The S7 Edge has a 3600mAh battery which may get bloated too so be careful with it.
The battery on the Samsung S7 Edge is not removable so it’s not like you can buy a new battery and replace it. You need to bring the phone to an expert so that the battery can be replaced without causing any damage to the phone.
Water Damage Repair
The Samsung S7 Edge is water and dustproof but there’s only so much water that it can take. There’s an inbuilt water sensor just below the sim card and the sim tray that will tell whether the phone is water damaged or not. The indicator is always white in color. If it turns red, it means the phone has been extremely exposed to water and some damage may have been caused.
You should immediately do a chemical wash without powering the phone on.
Shattering Camera Glass
Some Samsung S7 Edge users have reported a shattering of the camera glass on their phones for no reason. This is a very serious manufacturing defect and there’s no possible solution you can explore at home. The best way to fix this is to have the camera replaced and RepairAdvise has experts ready to help you with this. Also, common problems with the camera are no image appearing or the camera only takes blur photos.
Things To Note Before Taking Your Samsung S7 Edge For A Repair
There are a few things that you need to note before you take the Samsung S7 Edge for repair. You must, first of all, decide whether you are going for an authorized Samsung Repair Center or a third-party service provider. Ensure you also have some basic understanding of the problem so that you can easily explain what happened to the experts. Ensure that all your data is backed up too.
Authorized Samsung S7 Edge Repair Centers Singapore
There are two Samsung Service Centers for consumer electronics and mobile phones in Singapore. They include:
- Samsung Customer Service Centre @ Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road #B2-23, Singapore 238839
- Samsung Customer Service Centre @ Westgate
3 Gateway Drive #02-01, Singapore 608532
The centers are open from 11 A.M to 8 P.M on weekdays and 11 AM to 5 PM on the weekend.
Samsung Service Center Support vs. Authorized Third-Party Repair
There are many authorized Samsung S7 Edge repair centers in Singapore. RepairAdvise is one of them and these third-party repair stores offer more benefits compared to the Samsung Service Center like a motherboard repair. For example, it will cost relatively less to repair a broken screen in RepairAdvise compared to the Samsung support. Also, the Samsung Center takes way more time to do a repair, days more.
Authorized third-party repair services also have qualified experts who will take care of whatever issue your Samsung S7 Edge has at a more pocket-friendly price compared to the main service centers. All smartphones must be set in factory settings before being repaired.
For more information on how you can explore the expertise of authorized third-party Samsung Phone repair providers in Singapore and the benefits that they offer, you can visit RepairAdvise