If you have questions or need Mac, i Phone or i Pad help, support, service or repair call No Problem Mac at 310-621-5679. Do you think I am in the clear or should I do the rice just in case? Reply Hi, I dropped my i Phone 5S in the toilet for about 5 seconds before I fished it out and then I immediately started drying it with my towel, i had to go for school so I just put it in a bucket filled with rice and told my mom not to take it out, when I came home late are I took it out, tried to switch it on, failed to do so, I started charging it (I’m an idiot)…then miraculously it turned on!
Howdy this is somewhat of off topic but I was wanting to know if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have to manually code with HTML. I saw the water marks and said “Hey, I’ll just stick it back into the rice” I did that and now it’s stuck on the white screen of death with the black apple logo whenever I try to charge it Reply I dropped my i Phone in the toilet as well and attempted the same actions as you recommend.
I emphatically don’t know if your i Phone will work again.
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everything seemed fine except now my screen flickers a bit, mostly on the left side. Should I be worried about more problems down the road? how am I meant to give a technical assessment of your phone when I live in Los Angeles. I got fed up as I needed to contact someone and rebooted it again and it was still the same! My parents would kill me if they found out and I need to contact people please help anyone 😭😭😭😭 Reply I dropped my iphone 5s in Water. I started drying it with dryer and when i was doing so the flash light started blinking. I took it to the Apple Store and they ran it through an app which checked conditions. Reply I dropped my i Phone 5c in the toilet, so i quickly took it out and dried it with paper towels ( i wasnt home at the time so i couldnt put it in rice). Took it out after a few second,and it was still working as usual,the only problem was the sound,the sound was not working. So after I used it for documenting myself about what should I do in case of dropping it into water(for about 1h) I turned it off and put it in a bag of rice and left it there for 48h. It was only in for a few seconds before I pulled it out. I tried holding the top button down to turn it off, but it has had no effect. Reply I dropped my iphone 5s in the toilet but quickly got it out. I also opened the side of the iphone where the port is and checked to see if the liquid sensor turned red and its still white. Just follow the instructions and keep it drying for 24 – 48 hours to have the best chance. – John Reply what if you didn’t get the chance to turn it off because it hanged and the screen won’t touch anymore and your screen is all flickery and blue lines are starting to appear?
I turned it off and took out the SIM card and put it in a bag of rice once i got home. Reply Paige – I totally empathize with your situation. It said hardware and software was ok so they “fixed” it. Everything works fine, but when I put the sim card in it doesn’t stay connected to the network? My phone was working completely fine i checked my audio, headphones, camera and everything worked fine surprisingly. Now I took it out,the sound works,everything works but the up sensor(headphones one) is light lighy orange but very light,and the down sensor (charger) is red. the display screen appeared normal at the time, but I did not know to turn it off. and its like 1am there are no open stores right now so can it wait for tomorrow? Reply Hi Ereka – With this kind of issue, you can’t do much more than follow the instructions above.
but unfortunately I can’t predict if a water damaged i Phone will work again.
I empathize, but please don’t leave comments asking for what amounts to psychic advice.
I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding knowledge so I wanted to get advice from someone with experience. Initially, I put it in a tupperware container with some enriched rise (sorry, all I had at the time).