How to disassemble Samsung Galaxy Rush?
DO NOT use your microwave, no matter WHO tries to convince you to do that.
It can be dried, thoroughly, but it\'ll take a lot of time... and it may not work after it\'s dried out.
Buy a big bag of uncooked dried rice, five pounds or more. Make a slit in the side of the bag, slide your phone into the bag through the slit, and work it into about the middle of the rice in there. Tape the slit shut and put the bag someplace where you\'ll remember the phone is in there. Sharpies make excellent marks on rice bags, by the way.
Now go away for one to two weeks. Live an unplugged life, disconnected from that satellite leash. Learn to talk with real people again, real people with real faces and real voices, people you don\'t have to hold clamped against your cheek to confirm they\'re there. Read a book, play a board game with someone, sit on the front porch and smile at strangers. The ones without phones, I mean. The ones with phones will never notice you - you don\'t exist, you\'re not inside their phone.
After a week or two, open your rice bag again, take out your phone. It\'ll be as dry as it\'s going to get, dryer than it was before it fell in the toilet. The dried rice will have drawn every little bit of moisture right out of it.
Or leave it there, if you like. I\'ll bet you enjoyed life more without it.
Jul 29, 2014 |
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