Google introduces the self-repair manuals for Pixel 7 series in France
Most companies have started right-to-repair campaigns across the world. They are giving the users access to official parts and other self-repair options. Recently, it has been confirmed that Google has introduced the official repair manuals for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. However, on the other hand, the manuals are presented with a catch.
Basically, the self-repair manuals were spotted by 9to5Google. However, they are only presented to users in France via the support page of the company. If any user from outside France tries to access the web page, it won’t be available to them. Evidently, this was not the case with the manual release of Pixel 6a back in July 2022. Besides this, if you want to be resilient for the manual, you can gain access via a VPN access to the website.
Speaking of the manual is presented with various images that have the details of all parts of the smartphone. The manual lists everything with great detailing to present the users with how to perform a self-repair for their Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. In addition to this, we have seen many other companies introduce brief guides on self-repairs for their popular products. One such example is iFixit. iFixit provides users with awesome repair guides. It is now to be seen how Google performs in this particular aspect.
Well, if you want to access the self-repair guide provided by Google, you can access the support page while you are a user from France. However, outside users can access the web page via VPN. On the other hand, iFixit is another option. It has quite a number of self-repair guides, parts, and tools that could be used for performing merely any kind of repair.
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