CompuMatter deals with Apple, Android & Windows phones
We do not have anything to do with the data plans of the phones themselves, we only resolve software and hardware problems common to those phones.
Problems with phones just as with tablets and computers, immediately get broken down into 2 distinct areas.
Software problems include:
Freezing, slowness, app specific issues, data recovery, upgrading, printing, port drivers and so on.
Hard problems include:
Ports not working, power problems including battery charging, replacement power plugs and so on. That said, a lot of phones cost more to fix than to replace. With some the risk to return ratio is to high to tear down. We’ll clue you in.
On the Apple side there is essentially one kind of phone available but with many model variations. That of course is the iPhone. However, within the iPhone there are of course multiple screen sizes, multiple generations ie; 3, 4, 5, 6 and their derivatives ie; 5s, 6s and so on and and of course multiple versions of IOS (iPhone Operating System).
If you’ve got an Apple phone and you need help give us a call or bring it by.
As with all Apple products, some older generations of iPhones will of course have limitations on what IOS version they are allowed to have.
On the Android side of life things get more divided since any manufacturer can put the Android Operating system on their devices. Just like with Apple there are numerous versions of Android ie; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and recently 6 and of course their associated names ie; Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow and so on.
If you’ve got an Android and you need help give us a call or bring it by.
Windows phones share a lot of common elements and ideals at the later tile windows operating systems. More often than not, the problem has more to do with software / configuration issues including things to do with the Microsoft cloud storage system.
We are of course experts in the Windows arena and equally adept at taking apart your Windows phone to replace batteries etc. That said, a lot of phones cost more to fix than to replace. With some the risk to return ratio is to high to tear down. We’ll clue you in.