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

Seattle Cell Phone Repair - Quick, Easy, and Affordable

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

Our Seattle 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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Seattle Tidbits

The civic history of Seattle starts rather late in the chronical of the country for a major city in the United States. The community that is currently known as Seattle was perennially drenched in rain and covered by deep forests, while the remainder of the nation was establishing solid roots. It wasn't until 1851 that the pioneers first arrived in the area, although native Indian tribes inhabited the area long before that. The history of Seattle is only approximately 130 years old, although during that time it's become the economic and cultural hub of the Pacific Northwest. However, that isn't something that Seattle would ever brag about.

Seattle still has a mellow sense of self-depreciation and modesty that characterized the Pacific Northwest, in spite of its importance and achievements in the area. This attitude reached its peak during the 1950's and the 1960's, with the wild anti-boosterism of newspaper columnist Emmett Watson. Mr. Watson colored the way Seattle was perceived by the country with the popularization of the anti-glamorous in the form of grunge, a trend whose fame seemed to mortify the community. Then, there was the naive excitement about Seattle being chosen to host the 1999 WTO (World Trade Organization) conference in 1999 and the shock of many residents by the fallout that resulted. Seattle always seems to have a somewhat rather uncomfortable relationship with the success that it has worked so hard to achieve.

The ancestors of Native Indians migrated to Alaska from Siberia via a land bridge across the Bering Strait, the great polar glaciers accumulated ice from the Pleistocene Epoch, which lowered sea levels all around the world. Accordingly, the present tribes of Puget Sound arrived in the area about 11,500 years ago, prior to the receding of the glaciers.

The first inhabitants of the Pacific Northwest were intimately dependent upon the sea, lakes, and rivers unlike the Plains Indians who lived further inland, and were mainly nomadic hunter-gatherers. The tribe that lived on the location that is currently known as Seattle were known as the Duwamish. They and other tribal Indians around Puget Sound, such as the Chinook, Coast Salish, and the Suquamish relied on catching shellfish, cod, and salmon. On land, they hunted elk and deer, more for their protective hides than for their flesh. These coastal natives communicated using a language known as Lushootseed, which the current natives struggle to keep from extinction, although each group had its own dialect.

Fall and summer were dedicated to harvesting the bounty of the forest and the sea. Food was stored in very large quantities to sustain the Indian tribes through the long winter months, when the most important ancient ceremonies and legends were handed down to the younger generations. The Northwest coastal Indians reached a pinnacle of sophistication that was unmatched by most Native Indian groups, in terms of cultural, religious, and artistic forms. Cedar canoes that were ornately carved served as their transportation, and their extensive trading networks evolved between the permanent settlements that were located next to the river valleys, as well as up and down the coast.

Cedar longhouses served as housing for extended family groups. These longhouses were built over a central pit-like living area. The social structure in these self-sustaining villages was quite stratified, with power and wealth being held by an aristocratic class of chiefs. A strict clan system dominated the religious and social rituals. Wealth was determined in goods that included items such as fish oil, salmon, and blankets. These goods were consumed and to somewhat redistributed in ceremonial feasts in which great honor was paid to the person who gave away the valued goods.

The native Indians of Puget Sound evolved complex economic, social, and cultural structures, which, during the middle 1800's, the invasion of the white pioneers nearly erased. These days, native Indian tribes struggle for renewal, respect, and survival. During the 1830's, the first white pioneers straggled overland to the Pacific Northwest, on what would come to be known as the Oregon Trail. A man named Dr. John McLoughlin wanted to restrict American settlement to the area south of the Columbia River, in Oregon. By doing this, he kept the prime land next to Puget Sound from being settled. Dr. McLoughlin sensed that one day the Britain and the United States would divide the territory. If the American settlement could be limited to the region south of the Columbia, then Britain would have a stronger claim to the land north of the river. This strategy paid off. In 1843, when the pioneers in Oregon voted to become a territory of the United States, the current Washington State remained in British hands.

American pioneers continued arriving in the Pacific Northwest. From 1843 through 1860 some 53, 000 pioneers traveled across the 2000-mile-long Oregon Trail. Boundary disputes between Britain and the United States became increasingly antagonistic as these pioneers pushed northward. The government urged citizens of the United States to occupy territory in the Northwest up to the current Alaskan border, that included all of British Columbia and Washington State. At last, in 1846, the Americans and the British to the current United States-Canadian border on the 49th parallel.

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