Nexus 5X Service Only: Qi Wireless Charging Modification - Ships from NYC to Auckland, New Zealand & Nearby Cities
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If you live near NYC instead of , Auckland, you can also give us a call to see if we have Nexus 5X Qi Wireless Charging products/services in stock before stopping by locally in New York City.
Rebate is available for this mod service: http://www.phonerepair.us/rebate?...
We were able to modify the Nexus 5X to include a wireless qi charging coil. Many have asked us to provide selling the phone with the mod installed or the service only. So here it is...
If you like to send your Nexus 5X for the mod, you can send your phone to:
XCUBICLE - Phonerepair.us
25 ESSEX STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10002
Make sure you have a note inside with your name, email, and phone number. You can choose to pay ahead of time or after the mod is done. Up to you.
As for doing the mod, please back up all your stuff before you send in your phone. As who know what could happen during the modding process. Just worst case scenario.
Too bad we can't install the mod onto the 6P due to the metal back casing that interferes with the charging. =(
Turn around time is about 1 week for the mod.
Update: The first attempt at repair did not succeed, brought the iPhone back he replaced the entire assembly with the problem and charged a reasonable fee for the additional work. Still satisfied!
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