Question about Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
When phone is blank. There have been many incidents ofpeople accidentally dropping their cell phones into various bodies of water orother liquids. If this happens to you and your cell phone gets wet, you maythink at first that it is damaged beyond repair and dread the cost and hassleof replacing it. But with some resourceful thinking, in many cases it ispossible to save a wet cell phone if you take action quickly enough. 1. Wait it out. Yes, it's boring and will take a while, butthis is probably the safest method overall. Just let the phone sit out in a dryplace for at least three days while the water evaporates. A variation on thisthat might speed up the drying process slightly is to leave the phone on top ofa low heat source such as a television or cable box. 2. Put the phone in a bowl of dry rice. Many people havehad success with this one, and it makes sense because uncooked rice can absorba lot of water.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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