muzz IT are please to announce that we now repair cellphone screens and tablet screens.
Dropped your new phone?, smashed the screen? no problem muzz IT can fix it for you.
iPhone 5 Full Screen Replacement $260.00
iPhone 5 Front Glass Only $200.00
iPhone 4 / 4s Full Screen Replacement $110.00
Samsung Galaxy S3 Full Screen Replacement $320.00
Samsung Galaxy S3 Front Glass Only $150.00
If your phone is not listed above please send us a email or give us a call / text on 022 311 0180
Most repairs take an Hour or less and we try to hold stock for the most common screens.
Different colours are available upon request.
Found an interesting article over on Lifehacker.com about the differences between Antivirus and Anti-Malware (and Which to Use)
Antivirus is a confusing matter: it’s called antivirus, but there are tons of other types of malware out there. So…do those programs also scan for spyware, adware, and other threats? Here’s how to make heads or tails of it all, and which tools you can trust to keep your PC clean.
Check out the rest of the article here
There is a interesting article over on NZ herald regarding 3rd party iPhone chargers.
Apple has launched an inquiry and is offering to exchange third party iPhone chargers worldwide after a woman was electrocuted answering her phone in China.
Bride-to-be Ma Ailun, 23, suffered a fatal electric shock last month when she answered her iPhone 5 while it was plugged in and charging.
Apple has issued a recall of counterfeit or third-party iPhone, iPad, and iPod chargers from August 16, offering to replace them with Apple versions at a special rate of US$10 (NZ$12.60).
Head over to NZ Herald and check out the full article here
Welcome to our new site at www.muzzit.co.nz, the website has had a major overhaul. We now have the latest virus threats updated live on our site as they are released, we will have news posts that we think are important to our customers as well as tutorials and articles to help our customers with there continuing use of technology.
After 1 year operating in Whangarei we have noticed that customers want to know up front how much there computer and/or mobile device will cost to fix. muzz IT have come to the rescue with an a full range of Fixed Price Services and an agreed maximum labour cost.
The Fixed Price Labour Charges applies to work done in our purpose build workshop located on Kamo Road. With the ability to work on up to 8 Desktop computer and 6 Laptop computers at any given time, as well as a dedicated hardware fault finding / repair desk, our ability to turn around computers in a quick time frame, along with not having a store front is what allows muzz IT to offer our Fixed Price Labour Charges to our customers. We will still be offering On-Site work at an hourly rate which can be reduced for small businesses with one of our service contracts.
muzz IT has listened to your cry’s for realistic service and support costs and provided you with a solution.
Here at muzz IT we know that viruses can cause your computer to do all sorts of weird and annoying things, some can even completely lock you out of your computer and make it unusable until the virus is removed.
In the past, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware has detected only PUPs, or Potentially Unwanted Programs, that were mostly harmful and deceiving. Our users expected more and so we’ve revised our policy to include PUPs in our database that most of our users find annoying or misleading. Within the next few days, detection for many new variants will be added.
Ultradefrag is the defrag software of choice for muzz IT.
Since we are a small business and we support open source software this was a easy choice, the added advantage of having a portable version makes this an invaluable tool.
Ultradefrag is available here
With computers and mobile computing devices becoming mainstream comes the ever increasing threat of hackers and other malicious viruses gaining access to your personal information.
Most people think they are safe because they have a free anti-virus program installed (AVG, Avast etc). In most cases this is not true, while these programs do a very good job of protecting your system, they only provide basic protection.
The Ukash (FBI, Australian Federal Police, New Zealand Police etc) Virus that locks down your computer and informs you that you need to purchase a $50-$100 Ukash voucher is now affecting OS X enabled devices (mostly iMac’s and Macbook’s).
When people get this ransom-ware infection, their computers will be locked by displaying you an alert with full screen message. The warning threatens computer users that they have violated many laws of local government. This message will make you unable to understand what it is all about.