There are plenty of decent but affordable tablets on the market these days. But most of us don’t want to have to spend $199 or more for a new tablet every year. If your tablet stops working, you have three options: throw it away, ask the manufacturer to fix your device for you, or fix it yourself. You don’t need to be a genius to replace your tablet’s screen or do minor repairs. Here are 5 guides you can use to repair the iPad Air and Android tablets:
Kindle Fire Repair Guide: this guide shows you how to open and find various parts of your Kindle Fire tablet.
ScrewMat for Apple iPad Air WiFi: an illustrated guide that shows you how to repair your iPad. It magnetically holds all the screws too.
ScrewMat for Apple iPad 2: keeps track of small screws and parts. It has high definition photo of internal parts.
Nexus 7 Repair: iFixit.com has some awesome repair guides. This guide shows you how to open your Nexus device. It even recommends tools you can pick up to help you with the process.
Google Nexus 10 Repair Guide: a helpful video that shows you how to open your Nexus 10. It goes without saying that you will need spare parts to repair your tablet.
Once you open and fix a few tablets, you are going to get a hang of it. Keep in mind that not all tablets are easily repairable.