Samsung Electronics has announced the availability of its Self-Repair programme for the latest smartphones, tablets and PCs in South Korea and several European countries.
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A few days ago, we were reporting that some Samsung phones would or were joining the company’s Self Repair program. Unfortunately, a professional defect that we technology-focused journalists often have is assuming that everyone knows what we’re talking about.
However, the reality is different, and in recent days, we have received some requests from readers of this website asking for some kind of tutorial or text that explains or resolves the main doubts about Samsung’s Self Repair program.
Firstly, What is Samsung Self Repair?
Let’s start with the basics, understanding what we’re talking about. The “Self Repair” program from Samsung is a service that allows owners of certain Samsung devices to perform repairs themselves, even outside the warranty period. Through this program, users have access to original spare parts, repair tools, manuals, and video tutorials to carry out repairs on devices such as smartphones from the Galaxy S20, S21, and S22 series, as well as the Galaxy Book Pro 15.6″ and Galaxy Book Pro 360 15.6″ laptops.
To use the program, users can visit the Samsung Self-Repair page, where there is more detailed and technical information about where to obtain spare parts, self-repair guides for devices, video tutorials, and more details about the brand’s sustainability initiative. Additionally, Samsung offers the official Self Repair Assistant app, available on the Galaxy Store, which allows users to assess the condition of devices after a repair.
How Can I Enroll in the Self Repair Program?
To enroll in the Samsung “Self Repair” program, you can follow these steps:
- Download the “Self-Repair Assistant” app from the Galaxy Store to assess the condition of devices after a repair.
- Visit the Samsung Self-Repair page for detailed information on where to get spare parts, self-repair guides for devices, video tutorials, and more details about Samsung’s sustainability initiative.
- Review the information on the screen and grant the necessary permissions to continue.
What Type of Repairs Can I Perform with the Self Repair Program?
The Samsung “Self Repair” program allows users to perform some simple repairs on smartphones from the Galaxy S20, S21, and S22 series, as well as the Galaxy Book Pro 15.6″ and Galaxy Book Pro 360 15.6″, among others.
Some of the repairs that can be performed include replacing the phone screen, back glass, and charging ports on smartphones from the Galaxy S20, S21, and S22 series. The self-repair toolkits available on the Self-Repair page include all the necessary elements for a repair, such as a heating bag for removing the back glass, metal tweezers, and a screwdriver.
Note: It is important to note that, while the program allows for certain repairs, Samsung is not responsible for any damage to the product caused by a repair attempt.
List of Devices Compatible with Samsung Self Repair
If you want to know if your device is compatible with Samsung Self Repair, here is the official list updated as of today. We will try to keep updating the list as it grows.
|Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra
|Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra
|Galaxy S22, S22+, S22 Ultra
|Galaxy S23, S23+, S23 Ultra
|Galaxy S23 FE
|Galaxy Z Flip5, Z Fold5
|Galaxy Tab S9, Tab S9+, Tab S9 Ultra
|Galaxy Tab S9 FE, S9 FE+
|Galaxy Tab A9, A9+
|Galaxy Book Pro (15 inches), Pro 360 (15 inches)
|Galaxy Book2 Pro (15 inches), Pro 360 (15 inches)
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.