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iFixit Now Sells Genuine Pixel 6a Parts

Pixel 6a case from Google
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Earlier this year, Google and iFixit teamed up to sell genuine replacement parts for new and old Pixel phones. These authentic parts allow you to fix your Pixel phone at home, without the servicing fees of a repair shop. And now, iFixit offers genuine parts for the Pixel 6a.

These Pixel 6a parts are accompanied by repair guides, which explain how to replace a Pixel 6a’s cameras, display, battery, and more.

Here are all the genuine Pixel 6a parts available at iFixit:

Obviously, some of these parts are a bit expensive. A screen replacement kit (which includes a bunch of handy tools) will run you $100. But these are genuine replacement parts—they’re more reliable than third-party options, and they’re certified by Google. (Plus, if you already own a bunch of tools, you can buy individual parts at a discount and skip the kit.)

Note that iFixit also sells genuine parts for Samsung smartphones, the Valve Steam Deck, and the HTC Vive headset. Plus, it recently published a teardown of the Meta Quest Pro, a controversial new VR headset that scored poorly in our review.

iFixit Genuine Pixel 6a Screen Replacement

Get a genuine Pixel 6a screen replacement from iFixit, plus all the high-quality tools you’ll need to do the repair yourself.

The 6 Best Cases For Your New Google Pixel 6a

Extra Strong
Spigen Tough Armor Case
Clearly Pixel
Google's Pixel 6a Case
Military-Grade
Caseology Nano Pop
Get a Grip
dbrand Grip Case for Pixel 6a
Rugged Vibes
UAG Black Scout Case
Double Up
Speck ImpactHero Case

Source: iFixit via 9to5Google

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