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Fix a Water Damaged iPhone

How to Fix a Water Damaged iPhone that Won’t Turn on

So, do you have problems with your iPhone? It is a very unpleasant situation when accidentally some water affects the work of your device; however, it does not mean that you should now throw your device into cabbage because there are a few things that you can do to save it.

Check your LDI

First of all, you should remove your device from the water. If your iPhone has been dropped in salt water, then you should put it into rice because it will help you to dry it. If nothing works, you should use alcohol.

Before soaking your device in alcohol, you should check your phone Liquid Damage Indicator (LDI).  It is located differently on different methods, and you should find out where it is on your model. If there is liquid inside of the invention, LDI may turn from white to pink or red colors. The thing is that you have the LDI to change its color, you may have problems with your warranty. That is why if it is still white, you should bring your device to the service because if you soak it in the alcohol, it will activate an LDI sticker. If its color pink or red, this means not that you have nothing to lose, and you can try to revive your device with alcohol.

Saving Your Device

It is important to remember the following:

  •      Do not try to turn on your device;
  •      Avoid pressing any buttons;
  •      Do not try to use the touchscreen.

In simple words, you should not use your iPhone at all. Now you will be trying to revive your device using 99% isopropyl alcohol. The next step would be taking off all the removable parts from your iPhone before soaking it in juice, including cards, cover, battery, etc.

You can use this solution to fix a range of problems with your device associated with dropping your device in liquid. This includes the following issues:

  •      Touch Screen. When you use it, it does not provide repose or response incorrectly;
  •      Display Screen. When there is an issue with it, including discoloration, lines, etc.;
  •      Problems with charging your device;
  •      Powering off without your actions;
  •      Rebooting without your actions;
  •      Problems with a loudspeaker;
  •      Issues with an internal speaker that you use to talk over the phone when holding your phone near your ear;
  •      Problems with microphone;
  •      Issues with Wi-Fi;
  •      Problems with service;
  •      Sensors do not work correctly;
  •      Audio Jack does not work well;
  •      Problems with Bluetooth;
  •      Your phone does not respond at all.

When submerging your device into alcohol, you should ensure that it enters every single detail and part of your iPhone. Your phone should remain in the drink for at least 15 minutes, and then you should take it and shake a little bit. Just leave it to set for 10-15 minute and repeat the entire process. If alcohol does not help, this means that some hardware has been damaged and now it has to be replaced.