How to fix or dry iPhone in a water damage? What should you do if you accidentally drop your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S and iPhone 5?
Well the first thing is don't take it back to an Apple Store or Carphone Warehouse and pretend it's nothing to do with water. The iPhone has four 'Liquid Submersion indicators' inside it that turn pink on contact with water - so they will know if you're telling porkies.
If you accidentally drop your iPhone in liquid, you may either use rice as shown in the video to revive that wet iPhone.
The warranty of electronic gadgets may not cover damage due to water.
Here the procedure for drying an iPhone 4 damaged by water is as follows:
It is important to get the iPhone 4 out of the water as soon as possible. Once the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S out of the water, you turn it off immediately. If you see a white windmill on the screen and turns off the device, hold the power button and home button until it turns off. Then remove the card SIM.
Pack the iPhone in a sealed plastic bag of uncooked rice or Silica gel and store it in a dry place for at least three days. That should ensure all the moisture is drawn out from the electronic innards of your iPhone.
Squeeze the plastic bag for all the extra air out and seal.
Finally connect up your iPhone to your PC, load up iTunes and try to do a complete Restore. This will provide you with the best chance of getting the iPhone to its pre-drenched working state.
Let the iPhone 4 in the plastic bag 48 to 76 hours and then turn it on. If still not working properly as a result of water damage, put the iPhone back on rice for about 12 hours more.
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