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Perhaps the most popular (and complete) free repair manual in existence, iFixit, launched an official app for Android recently, bringing detailed step-by-step repair instructions and (of course) the saucy teardown images we've come to know and love from the service's online counterpart to your Android devices.

For those who don't know, iFixit provides users with incredibly detailed repair guides for a huge variety of things from laptops to mobile devices, game consoles, and even cars, including great imagery and nice explanations for why hardware is the way it is.

The free repair manual's official app offers the same easy-to-grasp instructions as iFixit.com, delivering them to your mobile device with a simple, easy interface. What's better, the app is totally open-source. Those interested can check out the source at github here.

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If you're already a fan of iFixit and just needed a quick, handy, mobile means of viewing repair guides, or if you've been looking for great free guides to repair your favorite devices, just hit the widget below to grab the app.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • fixxmyhead

    What happened to the old disqus?Finally forcing us to use the new one?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Trying it out once again. It seems to have the issues I was having with it before resolved.

  • wickets

    thanks for bringing this app to our attention...looks useful!

  • CeluGeek

    Take apart ALL the things!

  • Guest__Comment

    Disqus just gets worse and worse. Open up FireFox's "debugging window" and watch all the errors. Awful.

  • Stephane Boisvert

    Now that is definitely going on my devices. Thanks for the heads up.

  • ChumbleSpuzz

    Hmm, an android app for a website that seems to be lacking any content related to android reachable through navigation. From their site, I'm only able to see android related questions and such via search, which this app evidently lacks.