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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Stinsok, Oct 4, 2017.
We tried the rice trick. No luck. Any suggestions?
Text her and let her know your buying a Wal.
You need some specialized little screwdrivers to open up and dismantle it but it's not tough. I've been replacing batteries in Iphones for while and it's fairly simple inside but it's got to go back together exactly like it came apart. You might consider opening it up and making sure it's completely dry on the inside.
If you are not comfortable working on really small ribbon cables and the like, you might be better to take it to an Apple store and see what they say.
Give it time. Keep it in rice. If it comes back it comes back. If it doesn't, well, lots of cool new phones on the market.
And you could probably get some money for it even with water damage.
Happened to my boy. Taught him to talk in the tub. He said the rice thing didn't work either till he left it there for a week. It powered back up.
I know a guy who dropped his phone into a bucket of grout. Rice didn't help. In 3000 years, it will be the Pompeii of cell phones.
And don't forget to change the rice.
Or use silica instead of rice. Save those little bags found in packaging for situations like this.
Make sure it's uncooked rice.
This right here. Wife dropped her iPhone in the toilet. Put it in rice for about 3-4 days, Powered back up. Just gotta let it dry out.
Douse it in alcohol to displace the water. Then put it in rice.
Then, in a week, throw the bag of rice, phone included, in the trash.
Boil off the water in the microwave. Make sure to put it on high or it won't work.
Speed up the process with a hair dryer blower especially if you can get inside of it.
Take the chip out and dry it. Hair dryer might help if you take it apart. Take battery out and put every thing on rice or silicon bags.
Be sure to preheat the microwave oven first.
This is accomplished by putting the entire microwave oven, while plugged in and running, inside the regular oven at about 350 for 20 minutes or so.
The last time I wanted something new with my ex, I had a ''accident'' (wink-wink).
I'm not saying that's what really happened here... who would do something like that? (besides me).
Best to place a can of Pam or some other aerosol cooking spray inside the microwave. Keeps everything moving.
Try shoving the rice into the jack hole.
I don't save those, so instead I just bought a ton of new gear to get a few of them.
It's an Apple...just go to the store and get a shiney brand new one...I hear the green ones are only $0.67 a pound today...