Question about Apple iPod touch
Posted by Anonymous on
I would ignore the first posted answer and consider putting the ipod into DFU mode and doing a restore before cracking it open and replacing the battery. The previous answer has no logical explanation or remedy to fix it.
Depending on how "wet" it got, sometimes people have had luck with placing the ipod into a ziplock bag with dry white rice or silica gel bags (little bags that come in electronic packages to absorb moisture) it may take three to four days but it has worked for some. Never attempt to turn on a wet device until thoroughly dry first. Good luck to ya.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
The battery inside will need to come out and a new one put in at this time as the water or moister got to it in some way.
Simply by letting dry out does not cut it here because moister is build up inside causeing failure because the battery is still connected inside there is still charge going in the system.
I hope I am helping you here but I feel you need to have this repaired. Simply letting it dry is not going to cut it by the simple fact you got a battery still connected.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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