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@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a Samsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate. Without getting your phone to respond agianagain, there is no way to retrieve photos and contacts from it.
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@jimfixer already explained, safesave the rice for some cooking. It does no good in electronic repair. It is a big myth and is equivalent to doing absolutely nothing.
@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a Samsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate. Without getting your phone to respond agianagain, there is no way to retrieve photos and contacts from it.
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@jimfixer already explained, safesave the rice for some cooking. It does no good in electronic repair. It is a big myth and is equivalent to doing absolutely nothing.

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@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a Samsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate.
Without getting your phone to respond agian, there is no way to retrieve photos and contacts from it.
@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a Samsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate.
Without getting your phone to respond agian, there is no way to retrieve photos and contacts from it.
Like @jimfixer already explained, safe the rice for some cooking. It does no good in electronic repair. It is a big myth and is equivalent to doing absolutely nothing.

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@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a Samsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate.
 
Like jimfixer@jimfixer already explained, safe the rice for some cooking. It does no good in electronic repair. It is a big myth and is equivalent to doing absolutely nothing.
Like jimfixer@jimfixer already explained, safe the rice for some cooking. It does no good in electronic repair. It is a big myth and is equivalent to doing absolutely nothing.

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@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a SmsungSamsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate.
@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a SmsungSamsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate.
 
Like jimfixer already explained, safe the rice for some cooking. It does no good in electronic repair. It is a big myth and is equivalent to doing absolutely nothing.

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@lvfootball not exactly knowing what phone you have but I assume it is a Smsung Galaxy S6. Remove the battery and do not try to charge or to use your phone. It is time to disassemble your phone. Use [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S6|these guides]] to work on your phone. Once you have it open and disassembled, clean everything with high grade (90%+) isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush to clean every part of your phone. Follow [guide|5825|this guide] to see how to properly clean it. it was written for an iPhone but it is still pertinent to your phone as well. You must remove all EMI shields for a proper cleaning. While you clean, pay good attention to see if there are any broken, burned or missing components. Of course the best way would be to use an ultrasonic cleansing if you have access to it. Clean the connectors on the board as well as on the cables. Once you have it properly cleaned, '''replace the battery''' then re-evaluate.

Like jimfixer already explained, safe the rice for some cooking. It does no good in electronic repair. It is a big myth and is equivalent to doing absolutely nothing.

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