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Address: 40 Wall St. Suite #2935, NYC (Map)

Samsung Galaxy S5 Repair

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Live in New York City? You can drop it off at our shop in Manhattan.

We also have a mail in option, but we understand that mailing in a repair can be hassle. So, we have come up with 2 options to get your device fixed by mailing it in:

Option #1: Process the order by selecting the issue your having and pay for the repair first and mail it in.

Option #2: Skip the checkout process and just send your device to our address. Just make sure to email us your tracking number! We will diagnose the issue and call you to let you know how much is the repair before proceeding.

Please Note: Please include your name + phone number + email written on a piece of paper and include it in your package. No need to print anything out. We're saving trees and your time!

Customers are responsible for packaging and shipping the system to us. Click here for our mailing address or call us for help.

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User Reviews

fixed my nexus 4 in an hour. cool little shop

Pat@xCubicle Reply:
8/26/2013 Hey Hunter, thanks for the review =)!
Hunter f.
2013/08
5/5 Stars

These guys are awesome! Had the YLOD (red blinking light) on my PS3. So stuck between the decision of buying a new console, or sending it in for repairs with Sony I stumbled across xCubicle, and with all the good reviews I decided to give them a try. I brought my PS3 down to them on a Monday afternoon, put down a $20 diagnostic fee (which goes toward your total cost), and by Wednesday had a working console back in my possession. The grand total was $125 (including the aforementioned $20). Totally worth the money for a repair that only took TWO DAYS! Highly recommended!

Joe G.
2014/07
5/5 Stars

"Sure they will fix your consoles, but they will return your consoles in a damaged state.
The NDS Lite that I had taken to xCubicle to repair worked afterwards but the external shell was completely scratched up. I provided photographs showing that my NDS Lite was in perfect condition (I had installed a custom shell so there were no marks or scratches) and I provided photographs of what my NDS Lite looked like after they repaired it, which was scratched up all over on the front and the back. However, xCubicle refused to provide appropriate compensation and I am now contacting the Better Business Bureau in order to sort things out.
Long story short: GO ANYWHERE ELSE. This place does not accept that they made mistakes and they will continue to try and pass the blame onto you if there are any damages."

Jacob O.
2013/10
1/5 Stars

iPhone / iPad - Recent Comments

Craig Leinoff - Looking for a Battery repalcement on my Nexus 6P phone asap. Another store quotes $69 and need to wait a couple days for them to order the battery. Do you have in stock? Thanks!
Aruna - Nexus 5 I have a nexus 5 mobile, it is not working , and got to know , it is having a issue in mother board , I can post it to you, Could you please repair it? I am from
LaMott Jackson - The phone is an HTC One M8. There are issues recently with charging. It charges but takes longer than normal (Battery replacement possibly?), also when I plug the mini USB cable in it sometimes it doesn't charge unless I seat it a certain way so the port may be breaking down.
Ed Piché - My unit is a 2012 Nexus 7 1st Gen tablet with Android 5.0.2 pushed Over The Air. The system performance suffered so badly with Lollipop, I attempted (unsuccessfully) to revert to Android 4.4.4 KitKat. In doing so, I managed to wiped the ENTIRE operating system from the tablet; it is not recognized as an ADB device by Windows 7 Device Manager, even with Asus and Koush ADB drivers installed on the PC. On power-up, the only options are Start; Restart Bootloader; Recovery Mode; and Power Off. Hitting Restart Bootloader just brings me back to the same screen. Recovery Mode brings up a screen with "Google" and an unlocked padlock, followed by an Android on his back with a red triangle and exclamation point. I suspect the tablet is beyond repair, since there is no way that I can find to transfer the previous Android OS to the tablet. However, before scrapping the tablet, I wanted to see if there might be hope for repair. All of the electronics are working perfectly; this would be a software OS reload only - no parts replacement. Thanks.
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