Sign in
Download Opera News App

Digital Technology

 

Consumer Electronics

 

Mobile

Simple Way To Fix A Water Damaged Phone By Yourself

Simple Way To Fix A Water Damaged Phone By Yourself

A spilled pint, a splatter from the kitchen faucet, and a sloppy drop into the toilet. Water damage to your phone can occur in a variety of ways. It can feel like the end of the world when it happens. It doesn' t have to be that way, though.


There are several methods for rescuing your smartphone from oblivion. Here' s how to save your phone from water damage, step by step. Since certain phones can' t be opened without undoing the screws, we' ve included some advice for those users as well.


1. Switch it off


If the phone still seems to be functional after being submerged, turn it off right away. Do not press any other buttons or keys on the handset, as this can cause short circuits and more internal harm.


2. Get rid of anything you can


As soon as the phone is turned off, open the SIM card tray and remove it. A sewing needle or safety pin would suffice if you lose or can' t find the tiny pin that comes with modern smartphones to open the tray.


3. Remove the back of your smartphone and the battery if it is possible


Even though new phones have built- in batteries, you can still open the SIM card tray and remove it once the phone is turned off. A sewing needle or safety pin would suffice if you lose or can' t find the tiny pin that comes with modern smartphones to open the tray. Remove the back of your smartphone and the battery if it' s possible.


4. Using a soft cloth, dab away any excess sweat


If you want to get ri

Content created and supplied by: Gabs2004 (via Opera News )

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments