I accidentally dropped my brand new phone in some water, and I thought it was dead at first but after a couple days it booted fine, but the battery seems to drain pretty fast and it also periodically vibrates when it's off but the battery is in. I want to get it replaced but I'm not sure what my best options are. Can I sign up for Asurion insurance and get a replacement with a deductible?
I'm just after a bit of quick advice if possible. My phone stopped working around 2 weeks ago with two small strips on the touch screen not responding to touch. I was in bed at the time so not exactly a wet place! (yes yes, you can make some jokes here!).
So i was wondering if my phone could be damage from finger being too wet. I pressed the home button earlier and saw like 2 droplet of water near it due to not drying my hands good enough after washing it. The phone is working perfectly fine atm but would like to know if this situation should be avoided or does it take alot more than that to cause water damage to the phone.
Not too sure how to work this site yet so I apologize if this is in the wrong place. Yesterday my phone dropped into water for less than 2 seconds, the water damage indicators are still white. My phone was working up until late last night when the screen was tinted green and flashes on and off continuously.
So I forgot to plug in my phone the other night and the battery got completely drained. I plugged it in the next morning, and nothing turned on, no charging display on the screen, no LED, nothing. Left it plugged in for 24 hours, nothing.
recently i was in New Orleans (quite hot and sticky, very humid) and was changing the battery on the phone, soon as i did this the Sim Card wouldnt be recognised, which i found abit odd and with numerous attempts at removing the sim card to no avail, soon looked behind the battery to discover the water damage mark was set to red and crosses, assuming it was water damaged somehow i took it t