If you suspect your Samsung Galaxy S3 motherboard is damaged, you have to pay close attention, since it is the most serious damage that can occur in an Samsung Galaxy S3 device and can prevent you from using it. Despite this do not rush to consider that the damage is irreparable.
What exactly is the motherboard?
The motherboard, ‘mainboard’, or system board is the backbone of your Samsung Galaxy S3. All integrated hardware (eg the microprocessor and RAM) is attached on its surface, and thanks to it the communication between the different parts of your device is made possible. Quite obviously, is one of the most important components of any electronic device.
It is hard not to notice damage indications on your Samsung Galaxy S3 motherboard, as they are quite a few. If you experience one or more of the following:
- broken connector on the motherboard
- the device doesn’t power on, or it overheats.
- Network loss
- any part of your Samsung Galaxy S3 is showing signs of malfunction, even though you repaired it and the replacement part is not at fault. For example:
- The LCD screen is blank.
- Your device is not charging.
- No camera is recognized.
Then it is most likely your motherboard has suffered damage.
Repairing the damage:
We already highlighted above how grave motherboard damage can be, but this does not mean that it is irreparable. You must however show caution in whom you are going to trust your precious Samsung Galaxy S3.
At EasyService, thanks to our highly skilled engineers and certified technicians, and the state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair equipment we possess, we can repair your Samsung Galaxy S3 on the motherboard level with great success rates!
We are able to find even the tiniest cause of malfunction on the motherboard. We can repair any damage to the printed circuit board and replace any defective electronic component or integrated circuit, in order to restore the good operation of your motherboard.
ATTENTION: Due to the nature of the problem, the exact time and repair costs are indicative and can not be predetermined, as they depend directly on the extent of damage.