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Device under warranty
If the device is under warranty, work with the device manufacturer or the company from which you purchased the device. They may be able to replace or repair your device at little or no cost to you. Normally, a company will post warranty information on its website for your convenience.
Device not under warranty
If the device is not under warranty, check local business listings or online for repair options. Some third parties sell kits (on eBay, for example) which allow you to repair your device yourself. There are also videos on sites such as YouTube that demonstrate repairs. The most common of such repairs is replacing a cracked screen.
You are able to get your mobile phone repaired.