Issaquah 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 Issaquah 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 Issaquah cell phone repair jobs, including iPads, iPhones, Samsung, and many other devices.

Issaquah Cell Phone Repair - Quick, Easy, and Affordable

  • Our Issaquah 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 Issaquah 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

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 Issaquah 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 Issaquah cell phone repair professionals at One Hour Device Repair a chance to get you reconnected.

Our Issaquah 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.

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

Issaquah, Washington is one of many American communities that has experienced a change in culture and ideals the currently economy has dictated a change in business. Buried amid the educated community of today and the newly-built houses, is a background that was originally built on Native Indian ideals, racial harmony, and blue collar work. These same ideals have many residents of the community attempting to save the culture of the community through artifacts that remind us of how important it is to connect with our past in order to understand the future.

Older residents of Issaquah might remember the community being called Squak Valley. When the Native Indians first arrived to this region during the middle 1800's, they gave the name to the region. In the later 1800's, white pioneers relocated to Issaquah and found themselves in a region that was already inhabited by Native Indians. However, relations were amicable, and an elderly Indian woman named Mary Louie was the link between the two communities, as she would become friends with and talk to the white pioneers and if they were open to it, she would also teach their children the ways of her people.

The first major industry that supported the economy as the workers in the community started servicing the Cougar and the Squak mountains in order to earn a living was coal mining. By the 1900's, coal deposits were starting to deplete, and coal mining was replaced with the lumber business as the primary supported of the economy in Issaquah. The coal miners and lumber men worked alongside each other with the farmers as the community became a booming force in all three industries. Native Indian and white pioneer workers even teamed up in protest when a well-known local family elected to bring Chinese immigrants in to handle the farming work at a less expensive cost, in an early stand for human rights. However, by the 1940's, lumbering and coal mining started fading away, and the Issaquah Historical Society has preserved artifacts and art from the era in a town hall antique railroad/trolley that is still running as well as a museum.

Issaquah is located on the southernmost border of Lake Sammamish just 17 miles east of Seattle. With its ideal weather in the summertime, close by mountains, and close proximity to Seattle the community has grown in recent years and attracts sufficient newcomers to become the second fastest growing suburb in Washington State. However, it is important to remember the robust and rich history of the small community, with the current influx of new residents.

The native Indians were the earliest known inhabitants of the region and they named the region Squak. It is unknown what the real meaning of the term is. Some believe that Squak is a mimic of the sounds of a certain waterfowl, which was known as Squak. Still others believe the term means little stream. Regardless, of which, or either, is true, Squak currently lends its name to both the close by community as well as one of the close by mountains.

It was the early 1860's, when the first white pioneers arrived in the area and mainly farmed hops for the breweries in Seattle, that were located close by. The small steadily grew and by 1889 had its own railroad depot. This was two years after the Eastern, Lake Shore, and Seattle, Railroad companies arrived close by, which made coal mining profitable.

The year 1892 brought the incorporation of the community as a town under the name of Gilman. For the first ten years of its existence as an official town, it functioned primarily as support for coal mining operations on the close by Cougar and Squak mountains.

With companies such as Costco and Boeing relocating into the region, in addition to the real estate market attracting people from all walks of life, there is a somewhat of a danger of losing the memory of the very American and hardworking story of the establishment of the community Issaquah. Organizations that include the Issaquah Historical Society as well as the Issaquah History Museums share the story of Issaquah with those who may not have heard it.

Although Issaquah is still only a community of more than 30,000 people the current history will acknowledge it as a growing hotspot for notable residents in entertainment as well as sports. The All-Star NBA player named Ray Allen as well as the All-Star Major League Baseball pitcher named Tim Lincecum both call Issaquah their home. For a portion of the year, the musician named Pat Monahan of Train also lives in the region. In spite its currently popularity, the history of Issaquah isn't lost on anybody who simply realizes that it is just one of the few communities in the history of American to twice experience a major boom in growth as well as population.

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