How to Revive Your Phone after Dropping into Water

Let’s face it.

I’m sure most, if not all, of us have experienced dropping our mobile phones onto the floor. In fact, I’ve lost count of how many times it happen till I’m not so concerned over the exterior of my phone so long as it can still function properly.

But what should you do if your mobile phone happens to drop into the water?

I was like, “What! … Ho Say Liao”.

Just prepare to make your way down to your mobile shop and prepare to pay the penalty for early re-contract if yours have not yet reached the minimum period of 21 months.

Fret not! Should it happens, just follow these steps:

Tip #1: Don’t switch on the phone

Tip #2: Remove all removable parts

Tip #3: Dry your phone thoroughly

Tip #4: Draw out moisture with rice

Results – Your phone is revived! Personally, I have encountered this with my iphone before and it did revive after a few days. True experience.

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2 thoughts on “How to Revive Your Phone after Dropping into Water

  1. I have a dish dryer that used to work and revived a few phones and remote controls (one had SO much baby saliva once?!) too. We even had a very basic Samsung phone which went into the washing machine and after some time in the dish dryer could still function! Although it did go a little crazy after that 😂

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