Samsung decided to make life easier for ordinary users and is planning to release an application to help users independently repair their devices at home. Apple and Google have similar programs, but none of the companies has an application.
Samsung has applied for registration of the trademark Self Repair Assistant, which was found in the United States Patent and Trademark Office ( USPTO) database. The document states that the service is intended to provide consulting and information services related to self-installation, self-repair, maintenance, and configuration of devices such as smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, and headphones.
A few months ago, Samsung launched a self-service appliance repair program in the United States. Its essence lies in the fact that users can now buy spare parts and tools for servicing gadgets at home. The company developed this project together with iFixit. Now, the digital giant has taken on the creation of the Self Repair Assistant application.
At first, the application will only contain data on a few flagship models, but we can expect a wider list of solutions in the future. There is no release date yet.