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It’s not possible water damage, it is water damage.
If you tried to use it, or plug it into the wall it is most likely beyond repair unless you replace the effected parts. It never hurts to try putting it in a zip lock bag with some of those silica packets you get in shoes.
-There is actually a kit u can buy from [http://www.silicagelpackets.com/irecovery-cell-phone-electronics-drying-kit/irecovery-cell-phone-electronic-drying-kit.html|silica gel packets.com] called the "iRecovery Cell Phone Drying Kit"
+There is actually a kit you can buy from [http://www.silicagelpackets.com/irecovery-cell-phone-electronics-drying-kit/irecovery-cell-phone-electronic-drying-kit.html|silica gel packets.com] called the "iRecovery Cell Phone Drying Kit"
I have never used their products before but it is the same stuff just more of it and it hasn't been used before. I have used the packets from other products and it has worked for me. Good luck hope it works out.

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Mensagem original de: kkirch417 ,

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It’s not possible water damage, it is water damage.

If you tried to use it, or plug it into the wall it is most likely beyond repair unless you replace the effected parts. It never hurts to try putting it in a zip lock bag with some of those silica packets you get in shoes.

There is actually a kit u can buy from [http://www.silicagelpackets.com/irecovery-cell-phone-electronics-drying-kit/irecovery-cell-phone-electronic-drying-kit.html|silica gel packets.com] called the "iRecovery Cell Phone Drying Kit"

I have never used their products before but it is the same stuff just more of it and it hasn't been used before. I have used the packets from other products and it has worked for me. Good luck hope it works out.

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