I have a D900 which got quite wet. After drying it out it has developed a fault. Turns on Ok and appears to work fine but then next time you look at it it's turned itself off. Do you think its saveable? Thanks
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ok you should put your mobile outdoor in front of sun for 1 hour off the battry from it then put it.other wise your mobile need some thing little bit warm to dry water inside it ok .if not solve then tell me again ok.
Cell phones do not recover gracefully from getting wet internally. The electronics were not made to get wet. You would be better served to get a new phone. Getting a cell phone wet is almost alway death to the electronics, even if the phone is dried out completely, The problems caused by the damp electronics will cause strange and intermittent problems.
Odds are you are wasting your time. Most of the time when phones get wet they either have power on or the person turns it on when they wrongly believe it to be dry inside and short more than one circuit. The components are so small that unless you have access to a mico solderer and the diagnostic software for that phone I would not bother. When phones with water damaged are sent in to refurb/insurance centers they are usually scrapped. Its just not cost effective. If you decide to try good luck, but don't get your hopes to high or spend a great deal of time on it.
yes in some cases. but since you switch on your phone without completely drying it out, some problems may arise... like, auto-shut off, no signal, no ringtone, not chraging and even worse, it might die... in cases like wet phones.. it should be dried out completely to avoid shortages on the electronic components. but anyway... try cleaning it with laquer thinner for a minute or two... this will remove the moist deposits that might have developed on the ic's..