It looks like Samsung is really embracing the idea of ​​self-healing, recently filing a trademark for an app called DIY repair assistantapparently designed to help do-it-yourselfers on their quest to fix their own tech goodies, instead of needing help from the people at the mall kiosk.

In plain text taken from the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), the Self Repair Assistant app offers “Advice and information services related to self-installation, self-service, and self-repair of smartphones.” It’s pretty simple. However, it’s not just for phones. According to the filing, this app can also be used to repair other Samsung devices such as tablets, smartwatches, and headphones.

This app is perfect. Earlier this year, Samsung announced a partnership with iFixit to provide consumers with kits and replacement parts for certain devices. With these kits, users can replace their own batteries, displays, and USB ports. We’re not sure how popular these kits are as I’m guessing most people are too nervous to do operations on their own phones, but for DIYers this is a great item.

We will keep you updated on the launch of the Self Repair Assistant app. Sounds nice.

// SamMobile