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Oops. There goes that coffee all over your smartphone. Or it just fell into the toilet. For most devices, that means: end of story. Or maybe not?
Of course, some mobile phones are completely waterproof these days, such as the Samsung Galaxy S7. But what if yours isn’t? Don’t worry, I have an emergency plan for you. Guaranteed success? No, I can’t give you that. But it’s your best chance. And if you don’t try...
What if you aren’t sure if there’s any water damage? Play it safe and follow the steps below. Because sometimes, problems can take a while to show themselves. And by that time, it’ll be too late.
Anyway, this is the plan:
Here’s another important point to bear in mind: there are several things you absolutely should not do. They may all be well-intentioned, but will do more harm than good:
Still no sign of life? Then you’re out of luck, I’m afraid. Because the factory warranty does not apply in this case. Of course you can always try to send in your device for repair, but pretty much every manufacturer puts a chemical sticker inside the device. The sticker changes color when it has come into contact with water. You can make up as elaborate a story as you like, it won’t work.
Which isn’t to say that bringing your device in for repair is a bad idea. Are you considering doing so? Don’t wait too long, because even light water damage can cause corrosion of the internal parts. And that means even more troubles.
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