Huawei Repair

Trust GadgetMates to fix your damaged Huawei device. Low, transparent prices, fast turnaround times, and expert repairs for your tablet or phone. If your Huawei device is experiencing issues or you damaged it it’s important to bring it in as soon as possible for a Free Diagnostic so we can see what is wrong.

We Can fix Your Huawei Phone

As the leading provider of Huawei repair services in Las Vegas, we specialize in diagnosing and fixing a wide range of problems, ensuring that your Huawei device is restored to its optimal condition. Whether you’re dealing with a cracked screen, battery problems, software glitches, or any other issue, our experienced technicians have the expertise to provide affordable repair solutions.

  • Cracked / Broken Screen Repair
  • LCD Display Replacement
  • Battery Replacements
  • Camera Repair
  • Charging Port Repair
  • Water Damage Repair
  • Other Issues
Huawei repair in Las Vegas

How It Works

Bring In Device

Stop by a store location

Free Diagnostic

We’ll test your device for FREE & provide a quote

You Decide

You can choose to repair or not. No obligation.

Services We Offer

  • Power Button Replacement
  • Screen Replacement
  • Battery Replacement
  • Charging Port Replacement
  • Rear Camera Replacement​
  • Front Camera Replacement​
  • Ear Speaker Replacement​
  • Loud Speaker Replacement​
  • Rear Camera Lens Replacement​
  • Button Replacement
  • Back Glass Replacement
  • Frame Replacement​
  • Tempered Glass
  • Water Damage Repair
  • Headphone Jack Replacement
  • Home Button Replacement

We Fix These Huawei Devices

  • P10 / Lite / Plus
  • P20 / Lite / Pro
  • P30 / Lite / Pro
  • Smart / Smart S
  • P40 / Lite / Lite E
  • P40 Pro / Pro+
  • P40 Lite 5G / 4G
  • P50 / Pro / Pocket / P50E
  • P60 / P60 Pro
  • Mate 8
  • Mate 9 / Lite / Pro
  • Mate 10 / Pro / Lite
  • Mate 20 / Pro / Lite / 20 X
  • Mate 30 / Pro / 5G / Pro 5G
  • Mate 30E Pro 5G / RS
  • Mate Xs / Xs2
  • Mate 40 / Pro / Pro+ / RS
  • Mate 40E / 4G / Pro 4G
  • Mate 50 / Pro / RS
  • Mate X / X2 / X2 4G
  • Mate X3
  • Nova / Nova Plus
  • Nova 2 / 2 Plus / 2i / 2s / 2 Lite
  • Nova 3 / 3i / 3e
  • Nova 4 / 4e
  • Nova 5 / 5i / 5 Pro / 5i Pro / 5T
  • Nova 6 / 6SE / 6 5G
  • Nova 7 / 7SE 5G / 7i / 7SE 5G
  • Nova 7 5G / Nova 7 Pro 5G
  • Nova Lite 3+
  • Nova 7SE 5G Youth
  • Nova 8SE 5G / 8 5G / 8 Pro 5G
  • Nova 8 Pro 4G / 8i / 8 SE Youth
  • Nova Y60
  • Nova 9 / 9 Pro / 9 SE
  • Nova Y70
  • Nova Y90
  • Nova 10 & Nova 10 Pro
  • Huawei GR3
  • Huawei GR5
  • Huawei GT3
  • Huawei Y5 / Y5 lite
  • Huawei Y6 / Pro / Y6S
  • Huawei Y7 / Pro, Prime
  • Huawei Y8p
  • Huawei Y9a
  • Honor 8 / Lite / V8 / Pro
  • Honor 9 / Lite / 9i
  • Honor View 10 / 20 / 30 / 30 Pro
  • Honor 10 / GT / Lite
  • Honor 20 / Pro / Lite
  • Honor 30 / Pro / Pro+ / 30S
  • Honor 30 Lite / Honor 30i
  • Honor Play / 3 / 3e
  • Honor Play 4 / 4 Pro / 4T / 4T Pro
  • Honor Note 10
  • Honor 8X / 8X Max / 8C / 8A
  • Honor Magic / Magic 2
  • Honor X10 / X10 Max / 10X Lite


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Huawei devices can be repaired at GadgetMates!

The repair time for a Huawei phone can vary depending on the type of repair needed and the availability of parts. Minor repairs such as screen replacements or battery replacements may be completed within a few hours or the same day. However, more complex repairs or situations where specific parts need to be ordered may take several days or even weeks.

If your Huawei phone is no longer covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, we can help. Come in for a FREE Diagnostic where we can check your device and give you a quote on the repair.

Huawei does not officially recommend or support DIY repairs. Opening up the device or attempting repairs yourself can void the warranty and may cause further damage. It’s generally recommended to seek professional assistance from a technician to ensure proper repair.

The cost of Huawei phone repair depends on various factors, including the specific model, the type of repair needed, and whether your phone is under warranty or not. Minor repairs like screen replacements or battery replacements usually have fixed prices, while more extensive repairs may require a detailed assessment before a cost estimate is provided. It’s best to contact us to get an accurate quote based on your specific repair requirements.

In general for a screen swap, battery replacement, charging port repair, etc. your data will never be at risk.

And while we take precautions to protect your data under all circumstances, it’s always recommended to back up your device before bringing it in for repair. In some cases, such as major software or motherboard repairs, there may be a possibility of data loss. Therefore, it’s essential to create a backup of your important data to avoid any potential loss during the repair process.

If your Huawei phone is deemed unrepairable due to severe damage or other reasons, the repair center or technician will provide you with an assessment and potential alternatives. These may include options such as replacing the device with a new one, offering a refurbished model, or providing a trade-in option towards a new phone.

Software Glitches: Occasionally, Huawei devices may experience software glitches or bugs that can cause issues such as freezing, slow performance, or unresponsiveness. These issues can often be resolved through software updates or by performing a factory reset.

Battery Drainage: Some Huawei users have reported battery drainage problems, where the battery life is shorter than expected or drains quickly even with minimal usage. This can be caused by background apps, improper battery optimization settings, or a faulty battery. Optimizing battery settings and closing unnecessary background apps can help mitigate this issue.

Overheating: Overheating is a common complaint among smartphone users, including Huawei users. Intensive tasks like gaming or running resource-intensive apps may cause the device to heat up. However, if the device overheats during normal usage or charging, it could be indicative of a hardware issue that requires attention.

Connectivity Issues: Some users have reported problems with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity on Huawei devices. This can include intermittent connections, slow speeds, or difficulties in pairing with other devices. Troubleshooting steps like resetting network settings or updating device firmware may help resolve these issues.

Camera Problems: While Huawei devices are renowned for their camera capabilities, some users have reported issues such as blurry photos, autofocus problems, or camera app crashes. Clearing the camera app cache, updating the camera app, or resetting camera settings can often solve these issues.

Touchscreen Sensitivity: A few Huawei users have experienced issues with touchscreen responsiveness, such as delayed or inaccurate touch inputs. Performing a touchscreen calibration or updating the device’s software can sometimes address this problem.