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Kya kare agar iPhone panni mein gir jaye!!!![video]

Kya kare agar iPhone panni mein gir jaye!!!![video]

Posted August 6, 2010 at 6:19pm by iClarified · 37240 views
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iFixYouri ne ek choti video se iPhone ke upbhogtao ko yaad dilana chah hia ki iPhone ke paani mein gir janne pe ky akya kare.

Agar aapko nahi pata toh, aapko usko turant power off mode mein daale aur ek kache chawalo ke bag mein daal de aur usko bandh kar de.

dekhiye aise...


[via 9to5Mac]



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Shawn
Shawn - August 7, 2010 at 8:49pm
You morons need to post success video's, all these guys post is how they brake iPhones. 1. How they dropped and broke the screen on iPhone 4 2. How they dropped and broke the screen on iPhone 4 with bumper on 3. How they water damaged their iPhone 3G (I guess they figured its too expensive to water damage their iPhone 4, since they know the success is only on 20% of the phones) YOU GUYS NEED TO STOP ADVERTISING YOUR BREAKAGE, BECAUSE ALL YOU GUYS DO IS BREAK SHIT UP AND NOT FIXING IT.
wezz69
wezz69 - August 7, 2010 at 6:02pm
ferk it, got it totally wrong, i used rice pudding, never turned on since. then when apple looked at it with their light tool and look in the meshy holes for liquid damage, they even joked that it must have been abrosia creamed rice
Grimey
Grimey - August 7, 2010 at 2:52pm
Yh my arse its free, send the phone to them and they'l probs send u back some rice
DHH
DHH - August 7, 2010 at 2:52pm
Nice... I dropped my 3G in the bath tub last winter... Was hearing music, tried to fiddle around it with wet hands and SPLASH! Strange thing is, it literally didn't miss a beat! It just kept on playing, I heard the music in my ears and saw the display under water... Probably helped that the earphones were plugged in (and thus sealed one of the two big openings in the phone). I pullled it out of the water but never thought of rice - I first wrapped it in a blanket and put it on a moderately warm heater; later, I took it into my bed for the night... Only to give it my body warmth and sweat out any remaining water, I swear! I kept serving me faithfully... And the day I ordered my sleek new iPhone 4, my trusty 3G showed a bad pixel - eerie! :-|
Matthers
Matthers - August 7, 2010 at 2:18am
I dropped my phone in the toilet and retrieved it within 3 seconds. The screen was not active when I dropped it in. I powered it up to see if it was ok (BIG mistake which i later learned about online) The screen turned on fine but within 2 seconds the whole thing went really dim. You could just see what was on the screen if you held it up to the light and looked at it from the side. Basically i figured i'd shorted out the backlight and was going to have to have pay x amount of $ to get it fixed. After this i got online and read that basically the 1st, 2nd and 3rd things you do when you drop it in water is 'DONT TURN IT ON'. Well all a bit late for that! So, I pulled the sim out and completely powered the phone off. I then put a hairdryer on one end and then the other, alternating every few mins. After 10 mins or so of doing this, I saw the Apple logo appear on the screen in full brightness! I was stunned as I was sure that from what i had seen so far, the backlight had blown. The whole phone was also fully powered off so to see anything happen on it was strange. Anyway, it stayed on for about 10 seconds and then went off for 15 seconds, and then came back on again. This cycle continued for about 5 more times of the Apple logo appearing in full brightness and then disappearing. I then put it down for a few hours in a warm spot to dry out anything else, and then turned it on that evening. 100% back to normal. This happened about 6 months ago and i haven't had any issues with it at all. Just shows that there must be some failsafe to disable the backlight when it gets wet to stop it from actually blowing. Immediately drying out the phone for 10-15 mins reverted the failsafe and all was well again. Have been meaning to share this story with the world and have finally found a good spot for it. Would be interested to hear if anyone else has the same success as I haven't seen my method blogged about anywhere online at all.
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