If you have a smartphone that has a few minor things wrong with it, like a cracked screen or a function that won't work properly, but they don't really stop you from using the phone, you might think it's OK to just let the phone stay that way. You can still use it, and the model will likely be out of date and replaced by newer technology soon, right? Turns out, you should still get the phone repaired now. If you don't, you could end up in a worse situation with a potentially bricked phone.
Avoid Moisture Getting Inside
If you have issues like some small screen cracks or a loose connection by the camera lens, for example, you could end up letting moisture get into your phone, especially if you don't use a hands-free kit and do hold the phone up to your head when you sweat. That can cause the phone's screen graphics to end up looking streaky and possibly prevent you from using the
Avoid Making the Problem Worse
Seemingly minor problems like dead or stuck pixels can end up spreading if you don't get the original trouble spot fixed. For example, sometimes stuck pixels (when pixels do not turn on or off as they're supposed to) can lead to more pixels being stuck if you press the screen in the wrong place. Given that smartphones are touchscreen-based, that's actually a huge problem, because you don't want to spread a problem when you go to use your phone's screen in a normal way.
Avoid Software Problems
Fixing any issues with the software,
If you want to repair some minor problems with your smartphone, find an authorized service center who can fix the problem quickly. Smartphones have been around long enough that many repairs are now second nature to the repair techs, and your phone should be