Hi! I know this question has been asked a million times, but I still can't seem to get my HTC Desire to boot again.
The problem started occurring last night when I was at a party and someone spilled a glass of water over my Desire. I know it was only water since it was my glass and I was the only one completely sober there.
How would you like your future smartphone screen to be completely glare-free, water-repellent, and self-cleaning? Researchers at MIT published a paper describing how they selectively removed parts of the glass to create microscopic cones, which apparently gives the glass the ability to resist fogging and glare.
I managed to drop my Samsung briefly in water today. It seemed to work OK at first until I took the back cover off and saw it was wet inside. Anyway I did a stupid thing and in my haste to try and fix it I dried it on a radiator.
Anyone have one of these? My water in my house takes a while to get hot probably close to a minute, all the while money is going down the drain... my whole house is electric including the hot water heater and I do have a water bill so it makes me curious if the hefty $200.00+ price tag for a good one is worth the investment, do they really provide instant hot water???
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