Our Motorola Xoom screen repair was $220 but has now been reduced to $200.00. We love these repairs and here is why:
The Motorola Xoom digitizer was out-of-stock for a long time, but since it’s been available it’s been great to fix. We have seen several come in the last couple months and at first it may seem daunting but after navigating it, it actually gets very easy.
Taking off the back cover by releasing clips is perhaps the most stressed you will get and once you do it a couple times it’s no problem. With a shattered screen, the very end when you have to remove the glass from plastic frame you may have to do alot of scraping. If it is just cracked that part may be easy as well. Then it is just placing new adhesive and putting back together. The end result is a Motorola Xoom screen that looks as good as new.
The Samsung tablets are also pretty easy. The iPad 2 is among the trickiest for beginners because the glass sits on top of adhesive, which needs to be applied very well for it to stick correctly.
So in a way the Motorola Xoom screen repair compares well to the iPhone 4 repair (lots of screws, not much adhesive—and end result truly as good as new).