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Sliding=Reboot I was given an iPhone 4 that is water damaged. The battery retains an amazing charge considering it was left in the rain for 3 days. It was on iOS 5.1 and whenever I tried to slide to unlock, it would lag for a minute before it would unlock. Anytime I tried to close the background apps if would hang and reboot. I've restored it to iOS 6.0.1 and when I slide to setup the phone, it hangs and goes into a reboot cycle, even when I let the phone sit there. What can be done to stop this sliding/rebooting problem?

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Im terribly sorry bud but to tell you the truth, there is probably no fix for this as you have water damage. IT's more than likely a hardware malfunction now where the water in the phone has caused a loop electrical connection that will consistently make it reboot. Now for a sliver of hope, I'm not sure what kind exactly, but rice can sometimes **** the water from within electronic devices. If you completely submerge the phone within rice for at the very least, 3 days, you might have a solid result. Best of luck to you.

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