Phone owners can schedule an appointment at a uBreakiFix service locations via the company's site or come with the device at the location and require assistance. uBreakiFix service shops use only genuine parts and proprietary Samsung instruments when they do the repairs. What's more, it says that most repairs can be completed in two hours or less, and are fixed on-site. In an effort to streamline that process for its customers, Samsung has just partnered with uBreakiFix to leverage over 300 of the company's retail stores, authorizing them to work on Samsung Care repairs.
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The devices which are included in the project are Galaxy S9 and S9+, Galaxy S8 and S8+, Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, Galaxy S6 and S6+, Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Note 5. Major mobile carriers in the U.S. offer their own protection plans as well. The South Korean handset maker confirmed it will kick off a same-day in-person authorized support service in collaboration with uBreakiFix. Samsung is far and away the most popular manufacturer of Android phones in the United States, but, like the rest of its peers, it hasn't offered the kind of extensive support provided by Apple and its myriad "Genius Bars" across the country.