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My soon to be ex-husband had a hissy fit and threw my iPhone in the deep end of our pool!
 
I allowed him to purchase a brand new one for me, but held on to the old one.
 
I took out the sim card tray and left itthe phone in the warmest place I could find that was without humidity.
I took out the sim card tray and left itthe phone in the warmest place I could find that was without humidity.
 
Every once in a while, I would plug it in to the wall adapter just to give it a little extra warmth... but not for very long
 
About 2 weeks later, my new phone started workingacting up on a holiday weekend.
About 2 weeks later, my new phone started workingacting up on a holiday weekend.
 
I pulled out the drowned phone, plugged it in, charged it... and it works perfectly. The battery did hold a charge as well... but that is easy enough to fix.
 
I can't say that I would go to all of that trouble for a phone with pee. Turn it over to the carrier and they rebuild them for the military. If it's just water, however... give it your best college try!

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Susan ,

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My soon to be ex-husband had a hissy fit and threw my iPhone in the deep end of our pool!

I allowed him to purchase a brand new one for me, but held on to the old one.

I took out the sim card tray and left it in the warmest place I could find that was without humidity.

Every once in a while, I would plug it in to the wall adapter just to give it a little extra warmth... but not for very long

About 2 weeks later, my new phone started working up on a holiday weekend.

I pulled out the drowned phone, plugged it in, charged it... and it works perfectly.  The battery did hold a charge as well... but that is easy enough to fix.

I can't say that I would go to all of that trouble for a phone with pee.  Turn it over to the carrier and they rebuild them for the military.  If it's just water, however... give it your best college try!

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