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10 minutes submerged


iPhone 4

iPhone 4 Battery Replacement

iPhone 4 Battery Replacement

5 - 30 minutos


Mi Problema

I went swimming with my iPhone. It spend a good 10 minutes in lake water before I realized it was in the cargo pocket of my shorts. The device wasn't a little bit wet, it was totally and thoroughly drenched.

Based upon the advice of friends, I put the entire phone into a bag of rice to draw out moisture. Additional Internet advice suggested leaving it in rice for 72 hours, which I did. Miraculously, the phone came back on, I received emails, texts, etc. Everything worked. However, the battery appeared to be shot -- it would not take a charge.

Mi Solucion

I bought the little 5-point-star screwdriver which didn't bite that well into the screw head, but it eventually turned the screws and got me into the device. Once in, the battery swap was easy. I followed the video instructions which were perfect and exactly what I needed. The operation was pretty simple and the device is working like new. Pretty amazing. I had initially assumed the device was destroyed.

Mi Consejo

Swimming with an iPhone is inadvisable. My battery was glued in pretty thoroughly. I had to pry it up very slowly. The adhesive eventually and gradually gives way. Don't be impatient or you could cause other damage to the device.

Imagen P2 Pentalobe Screwdriver iPhone
P2 Pentalobe Screwdriver iPhone


Imagen iPhone 4 Replacement Battery
iPhone 4 Replacement Battery


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