Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1″ 2014 Charging Port Repairs!

Hello friends of electronics…

I have a short story to tell. I was heading into our local grocery store last night, and as I was walking in, I was using my iPhone to text my son to tell him that I was picking up some ingredients for dinner. Yes, I was walking and looking down at my phone. Until I saw a large SUV coming up to me and about to cross my path. I stopped and watched this gentleman not give me a second look because he was using his cell phone!

Ok, no biggie- no harm done (this time) and I moved on. It got my attention so I slipped my iPhone into my pocket. I then did a little observation, and the next 4 people that I was “merging” with into the front door were ALL either typing texts or presumably reading texts. I then looked into the “food court” area of the store that was behind the glass foyer. The teenager that was working at Starbucks was texting, the customer that was in line was texting, and even the person that was sitting eating a muffin was texting…with the palms of her hands because her fingers had food on them. Think about that one for a minute😉

My realization was that EVERYONE that I encountered last night was alone (including myself) and moving through life like normal, but ALSO using a hand-held device.

When I was growing up this wasn’t so. The only way to communicate was to stop by a friend’s house or call them on their home phone and ask whomever answered for your buddy. It’s just amazing how we are so digitally connected these days.

This is why Mission Repair is in business. We are doing what we can to keep people connected. For example, we recently announced our Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1″ (2014 model) charging port repairs – which literally keeps these devices connected to the Internet. Without the ability to charge your Note, you’ll be offline for good.

This repair is just $79 for a new charging port, installed. This will fix charging issues, syncing issues, and will get your Galaxy Note 10.1″ back in service again.

Have any questions? Just give us a text. Just kidding, we’d prefer a call at 866-638-8402. Thanks have a great day!

Best, Ryan

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