my touchscreen android phone hasn't turn back on for 2 weeks,is there another way of fixing it without a repair man
As you probably already know, there are almost an endless number of ways that your iPhone can come into contact with moisture. For example, recently, I had my iPhone 4 in my back pocket when it accidentally slipped out when I had my pants down using the toilet. Don't ask ! There is some good news however, and that is in most cases, a wet iPhone repair can be made without your having to buy a new one. Yes, dropped iphone in toilet is very, very common.
The terrific news is that all models of iPhones can usually be repaired after sustaining water damage, but this must be evaluated on a case by case basis (in my case, my iPhone could be repaired for a nominal charge).
Fortunately, iPhones consist of parts that can be readily swapped out for good ones. If, however, your iPhone has been fully submerged in water or other wet substances, chances are that the logic board in your iPhone has been exposed to moisture and corrosion has begun to take place.
If the logic board is damaged, the cost of the repair can get quite pricey, especially if other parts also need to be replaced on your iPhone. The logic board is the main circuit board in the iPhone that runs the operating system and stores all data on the iPhone. The logic board is not typically too expensive to replace on its own, however, coupled with other parts that might also need to be replaced, the cost for repair may run you a pretty penny..
Nov 01, 2012 |