nexus-5x-repair-nyc (Walk In) + New Jersey Hoboken (Mail In Available)
Yes! We've finally started offering Nexus 5X repair via mailing it from Hoboken, New Jersey, but if you live in NYC Manhattan (Financial District) it's easier to just stop by our office to get your Nexus 5X fixed. But if you must send your device in please keep reading:
We understand that mailing in your Nexus 5X repair can be a hassle. So, we came up with the simplest method of getting your device to us for repair: (it's literally 2 steps!) We ask you to skip the checkout process and ignore the order form. Just send your device to us and pay later. It can't get simpler than that!
(Step 1) Package device with our address on it. (Don't include wires/games!)
(Step 2) Bring package to the Post Office and pay for shipping.
(Step 3) We receive the package and we'll email you an invoice for the repair.
If you feel like processing the order and paying first, you can do that too. Just choose your Nexus 5X issue and add it to the cart.
Be sure to email us your tracking number so we know when to expect your package! We will diagnose the issue and contact you to let you know the cost of the repair before doing any work.
Important: Include your name + phone number + email written on a piece of paper and include it in your package. Also, state the issue you're having with your Nexus 5X. No need to print anything out. We're trying to keep this as simple as possible!
I was playing four-year-old my Xbox 360 a few weeks ago and saw some spontaneous fuzzy lines on the screen. As I desperately tried to get Master Chief to safety, the unit turned off and I got the dreaded Red Ring of Death (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xb…)! The Microsoft website was confusing; it either wanted $70 plus shipping, or was telling me that pre-2010 machines would not be fixed at all. The RROD is basically just caused by crappy thermal tape on the board of the unit, so I thought fixing it locally would be better. When I dropped off my device at xCubicle, they immediately confirmed the issue. I left them a $20 deposit. A few days later, they called and it was all fixed! They showed me that it was working on a monitor before I took it home. The total price was $65. The location itself is actually a corner store, and you can't go inside - it's just a super tiny window that opens up. Having hardcore gamers shyly pop their heads out of a tiny window covered in Mario stickers seems like it confirms a number of stereotypes, but these guys are awesome.
definitely 5 stars and im not a troll im a real person i paid them a visit because my call of duty game was scratched up bad and everytime i played the game it either freezes or everything comes out chrome like. anyway i bought it there and i waited like 5 mins and whalaaa it looked brand new... came home after a few weeks got scratched up again took it back and again whalaaa fixed ... most def recommend this place for game repairs and everything else im pretty sure theyll fix it
"Outstanding service. Cheaper and quicker than using Sony's prescribed repair procedures.
My PS3 lens reader just broke and bought it to them for service. It took just a little less than a week for repair. If I used Sony, they would have sent me a box for the PS3 to mail and then wait almost a month for its repair and return."