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I’ve loaded your blog in 3 different web browsers and I must say this blog loads a lot quicker then most. Reply so i put my phone into the rice for about 36 hours and when i took it out there was rice stuck in the charger port . Reply Last night my i Phone 5s took the plunge into the toilet after only having it for two weeks. I dried it off with a towel but the touch screen won’t work otherwise all my chats were coming through.
Can you suggest a good web hosting provider at a fair price? Reply So I dropped my i Phone 6s in the toilet at school today and i immediately took it out and grabbed toilet paper to dry it off. i tried to get it out but i think some may have broke off and is now stuck inside . Reply Hi, I dropped my iphone 5s in the toilet yesterday for about 3-4 seconds. I took it out immediately, took off the case, and totally covered it with rice within two minutes of it being in the water. I couldn’t switch it off and eventually it couldn’t read the SIM card.
Just hold down the power button until you get a white apple and it starts to boot up. If your phone won’t power up, you’ll need to get it repaired, but take some solace in the fact that you’ve done all the right things to minimize water damage. Apple considers “liquid damage” to be outside the terms of their warranty, but may, at their discretion, provide Out-Of-Warranty coverage.
In two-weeks this will be a terrific story you can tell people at parties.
A few quick safety tips: It’s okay to put the bowl in a room that’s warm, but do not put it in the oven, use a hair-dryer, or apply an acetylene torch. It will take 24 to 48 hours for the rice to draw out all the moisture.
I empathize, but please don’t leave comments asking for what amounts to psychic advice. I took it out and dried it off completely with a towel.
I emphatically don’t know if your i Phone will work again. I wasn’t home at the time, but the phone has been working fine ever since. I even charged it and it charged fine and is still working.