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I droped my ipod in water and it wont work - Apple iPod touch

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B00ndock's answer is probably your best bet cause water damage in iPod's is usually a death sentence.

Posted on Nov 22, 2009

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Hi!

Ok..well you probably don't need to be an expert to know that you might be in a bit of trouble here.

If it doesn't work & you don't have insurance to cover it..you can try a couple of things because your warranty is likely void anyway.

  • If possible open your ipod's case.
    The more open you can make it the better. Remove anything that you feel you can safely put back together afterwards.
  • Next, put your Ipod in a container of rice (dry of course).
    Rice is extremely effective at absorbing water & will often extract water even from under the screen. If you don't have any rice..kitty litter works as well.
  • Leave it for anything up to a couple of days (depending just how wet it got) & try turning it on again.
This method is by no means guaranteed but it's saved my **** on a couple of occasions with mobile phones & yes, an ipod (so i feel your pain).

I've also got a tech friend of mine that dipped his mobile in a cup of rubbing alcohol before laying it on some paper towel for a day. Worked a treat for him but I'd recommend it as a last resort.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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SOURCE: i accidentally droped my ipod nano 4G it truns on

well renda, when you drop an apple ipod nano 4gb mp3 player in water its bound to stop working even if its new so get a new one would be my solution.

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

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