Why do I have to send the devices to ECC ESC?
For our services, you are currently being redirected to the ECC ESC website, as we are still under construction. ECC ESC is our parent company, but until now, it has mainly worked for major clients. As a certified and authorised service and repair centre, it carries out repairs for well-known manufacturers such as Samsung, HUAWEI, Wiko and others. Your data and information will also be handled safely by ECC ESC and a high quality repair is always guaranteed.
How quickly can my device be repaired?
This varies from device to device and from repair to repair. Depending on how complicated the repair is, our specialists in our phone workshop may need a few hours or one to two days to repair your phone. Delivery time has to be added on too, which means that you should allow 2 to 3 working days for the outward and return journey. Of course, if you stop by our site in Nordhorn, there’s no delivery time. The cost estimate process is also important. If you send in a device for a paid-for repair, you will first receive a cost estimate. The sooner you confirm the repair online, the sooner we can start repairing it and your beloved phone will soon be back with you.
How can I pay?
Online, of course! For paid-for repairs, we use PayPal. You can also pay the bill by “DHL-Nachname” when you accept your parcel – this means that you pay the DHL delivery person at your door when they deliver the package to you. Payment in advance by bank transfer is also possible – please note that it may take a few working days until we receive the payment.
What does delivery cost?
If you use our SmartBox system, it’s free. With the box we send you a free return label which you simply put into the envelope of the box. Then take it to the post office and it’s on the way to us. If you use your own box to send us your device, you’ll have to pay delivery costs, but we’ll ship the phone back to you for free.
Do I have to send in a description of the issue?
When you set up your smartphone, tablet, or wearable repair on our website, you will automatically be prompted for a description of the problem. There you can summarise in a few short sentences what the problem is with your device. Our specialists on-site can then carry out the repair based on what you’ve told us. If you visit us at one of our locations, our reception staff will note down your fault description and take care of the professional repair.
Do I have to send in accessories from my phone, tablet or wearable?
If the defect occurs on your phone, tablet or wearable, you don’t need to send in your accessories. However, if your device isn’t charging properly, we would recommend sending the charger to our specialists in the phone workshop. The same applies to problems with the headphone jack.
Do I have to backup my data beforehand?
We advise you to back up all your data before sending in the device. Your data will usually be safe, but in some special cases we won’t be able to guarantee this. So that you can use your phone afterwards just as well as before the repair, we ask you to back up your personal data.
How can I back up my data?
Apps like the XDA Backup tool, Holo Backup and the popular Titanium Backup allow fast and reliable data backup. You install the app on your phone and the matching desktop app on your laptop or computer. The same applies to the backup programs often supplied by the manufacturers themselves. The actual process is simple: connect your phone to your laptop or computer via cable, start the backup, sit back – and it’s done. iPhone users can easily back up their data via iCloud.
Do I have to submit the proof of purchase if I have a warranty claim?
Definitely - yes! So we can see when the manufacturer warranty started, i.e. when the device was officially purchased, we need the proof of purchase. A copy on which the invoice date and the device are listed is enough for us. Please send this to us along with your broken device. Simply put it into the SmartBox or your own box and you’re done. If you visit us at one of our stores, please bring your proof of purchase with you. Our staff on-site will make a copy.
I no longer have any proof of purchase - what now?
That makes it a bit harder for us, of course. In an emergency, we can find out from our certified manufacturers Samsung, HUAWEI and Wiko whether your phone is still within the warranty, even without a proof of purchase. In this case, however, we’ll need to ask you for a little more patience. We’ll have to communicate with the manufacturers in the background and the repair process can take a few days longer. For all other manufacturers: we need the proof of purchase or a copy of it.
How can I calculate the price for my repair?
Check the calculate repair price section of our website. Simply select the manufacturer, model and type of repair and a price will be displayed. Once that’s done, you can set up the repair there and then.
Can I check the status of my repair?
There’s a check repair status section on our website. You can track the status of your repair at any time by entering your repair number. From shipping to repair and return, you’ll find all the latest information about your phone, tablet or wearable.
I have to tell you my IMEI number. What’s that?
IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity and is a 15-digit number for phones and tablets. The IMEI number serves as a unique identifier for your phone or tablet. Since no two devices have the same IMEI, this is a helpful tool for unambiguous identification of devices. The IMEI number can usually be found on the original packaging of your phone or tablet. In addition, you can easily query the IMEI via your phone or tablet on the display. Simply enter the code *#06# into the keypad and your IMEI number will be displayed.
My device is still not working after the repair. What’d the next step?
That’s not what should have happened – our apologies. Please contact our customer service as soon as possible. Please let us know by e-mailing email@example.com or give us a quick call on 05921 877-6969. Together, we’ll find a quick solution.