Woodinville Cell Phone Repair

Did you drop your cell phone and break the screen, or did it simply stop working and you're wondering if there's any chance it can be repaired? One Hour Device Repair specializes in Woodinville cell phone repair, and we can complete most jobs in an hour or less. You don't need an appointment, and we guarantee the best price on all Woodinville cell phone repair jobs, including iPads, iPhones, Samsung, and many other devices.

Woodinville Cell Phone Repair - Quick, Easy, and Affordable

  • Our Woodinville cell phone repair specialists can replace your broken screen and get your cell phone back in prime condition
  • Often, only the cell phone glass needs to be replaced, which is way cheaper than replacing an entire LCD
  • All of our Woodinville cell phone repair jobs include a lifetime warranty on all replacement parts and installation
  • We also guarantee the best price on all cell phone repair jobs, including screen replacement
  • Even if your cell phone is beyond repair, we can usually recover data from the device, including your precious photos and important files

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Almost everyone has had to deal with a broken cell phone at least once. Dropping your cell phone or iPad can cause the screen to break, or worse. The good news is that most cell phones and devices can be repaired by our Woodinville cell phone repair experts. Best of all, we guarantee the lowest price and can usually have the repair done in an hour or less.

Like most people, going without your phone for even a day is not an option. So give the Woodinville cell phone repair professionals at One Hour Device Repair a chance to get you reconnected.

Our Woodinville Cell Phone Repair Experts Offer These Services

  • iPhone Repair
  • iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini Repair
  • Samsung Galaxy, Galaxy Note, & Tab Cell Phone Repair
  • Motorola Moto X, Moto G, Nexus 6
  • HTC One M7, M8 & HTC Windows 8x Cell Phone Repair
  • Sony Xperia
  • Microsoft Lumia & Nokia Cell Phone Repair
  • LG Repair including Nexus 5
  • OnePlus One Repair
  • Jailbreaking
  • Charger Port Repair
  • Data Recovery and Transfer
  • Service for all brands of phone and smartphones including Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/S4/S5/S6, Samsung Galaxy Note 2/3/4/5, LG Nexus 4 & 5, LG Optimus G2,G3, G4, GPro, OnePlus, Blackberry, and Apple iPhone and iPad.
  • We not only repair LCDs, we also fix most parts such power buttons, ear speakers, loudspeakers, soft keys, home button, charging ports, usb ports, sim card trays, both front and rear facing camera, mic, and a variety of other smaller parts and repairs. Call us if you don’t see your repair listed.


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Stop in today and get a price quote from a qualified cell phone repair expert.
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Woodinville Tidbits


According to the census that was taken in 2010, the population of Woodinville, Washington was 10,938 people. Woodin is located in King County. The community is a portion of the Seattle metropolitan region. There is also a considerable larger population with Woodinville mailing addresses in neighboring unincorporated areas of Snohomish, or Maltby and King or Cottage Lake counties. Woodinville has parks on the on the Sammamish River that sweeps the brewing and winery grounds, along with the residential regions that were densely wooded. Woodinville is a rapidly growing and affluent community with the 34th highest average income, per-capita in Washington.

The first white pioneers to settle in Woodinville were the Woodin family, who homesteaded some 160 acres next to the banks of the Squak Slough. The name of Squak Slough was later changed to the Sammamish River. However, because there were no roads, the early settlers depended on the slough for their early highway requirements. During the early years, the primary employers were logging and the lumber mills. The primary mills in Woodinville were the Woodinville Shingle Mill as well as the Saginaw and the Machias sawmills.

It wasn't until 1888, that the community of Woodinville developed when the Lake Shore, Eastern, and Seattle Railroad arrived. The early business district evolved around the railroad depot, which was located where the railroad was divided at Woodinville. For the first time, bridges, roads, saloons, and stores were constructed.

The region around Woodinville was inhabited by the native Indian Sammamish tribe before there was a white pioneer settlement.

A man named Ira Woodin and his wife named Susan relocated to the Sammamish River area to construct the home from Seattle, as well as to farm cattle and log timber in 1871. Gradually, a settlement was established around their home, which also served as ka post office and the first school. Susan Woodin was the first Postmaster. The first general store was established Mr. Woodin and his son-in-law named Thomas Sanders.

Much the same as other close by communities, Woodinville started out as a logging community, and in the decades of the early 1900's, became a farming center, and following WW II, developed into a Seattle suburb. Rock bands, such as The Guess Who and Led Zeppelin performed in the Gold Creek Park in Woodinville at the Seattle Pop Festival.

During the early 1990's, the growth of the Bothell area resulted in the community pushing for the annexation of Woodinville. In 1992, the citizens of Woodinville responded by voting for incorporation. In 1993, Woodinville was formally incorporated as a city.

As flooding in the valley was curtailed, in 1916, by the lowering of Lake Washington by nearly nine feet, and the land was cleared, dairy and produce farming was the primary industry all across the Sammamish Valley. A company known as DeYoung Produce Packing Shed was where much of the produce was processed, and then shipped to Seattle as well as the East Coast by railroad. Sometime later, this came to be known as the Lowell DeYoung Feed Mill that, until the 1980's, continued to be in operation. Hollywood Farms and the Millview Dairy were some of the early dairy farms in the area.

In the home of Ira and Susan Woodin, Sunday School, school, and the first post office in Woodinville were established. The Calkins family donated land for a one-room schoolhouse that, in 1892, was constructed. These days, the property is the current location of the Carol Edwards Center/Old Woodinville School. In 1906, a two room schoolhouse replaced this building. However, the new schoolhouse burned from a chimney fire two years later.

The first brick schoolhouse that was located east of Lake Washington was constructed in 1909. In 1935, the WPA (Work Project Administration) enlarged the project to its current size. During the 1960's, the school stopped being a regular elementary school and became the Woodinville Annex, in order to house an excess of students. Between 1993 and 2001, the structure served as the city hall for Woodinville.

In 1975, the Woodinville Heritage Society was organized in order to perpetuate, preserve, and acquire the artifacts that are related to the history of the greater Woodinville region, as well as distribute and educate historical information to those interested in the history of Woodinville, and the community.

The Sheriff's Office of King County contracts for law enforcement services with Woodinville. Deputies that are assigned to Woodinville drive patrol automobiles and wear city uniforms that are marked with the logo of Woodinville. Currently, there is one chief and one sergeant, one school resource officer, and six patrol officers that are assigned to Woodinville, full time.

In Woodinville, there are two scenic and historic railroad lines. Formally known as the Woodinville Subdivision, they have been used by the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train that, until 2007, had a destination of the Columbia Winery, and they remain being used for some freight services. Some King County officials are pushing for the removal of both lines and the replacement of them with bicycle trails.

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