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I had a little problem that was really bugging me.
My iPod Touch had some problems when I accidentally dropped it into a basin of water.
It was in my chest pocket and fell into the basin when I was washing my face in the morning.
My iPod Touch became unresponsive to touch.
Now I am going to Instruct you guys on how to fix a soaked IPod/IPhone.
Even if it can not start up(unless you really soaked it for like 10 hrs)


P.S.
THIS IS NOT A MEDICAL PRESCRIPTION!!!
VISIT YOUR NEAREST DOCTOR IF YOU/YOUR DEVICE IS UNWELL!!!

Step 1: Stuff needed

Its Really easy.

What you need:
A ziplock bag
A small bag of silia gel(the one you may find in bottles of pills)
A couple of days.
We were on a boat a while back and water got splashed on my cell phone. It still worked, but there was water in between the capacitive screen layers. I could not shake it out. I put my phone in a resealable bag full of dry, uncooked rice, and the rice pulled the moisture out of the phone. <br><br>
Works as well, but sillica gel seems to work better/faster.
<br> <strong>Silica gel</strong>.<br> <br> L

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