How to fix your Smartphone, if dropped in water

If you’re smart phone is not working after dropping it in water or liquid, don’t be a panic just yet there is a hope to get your phone working properly again. Here are a few methods that you can do to try to revive your phone and bring it back to life or else come to our nearest Totoodo Huawei service center in Bangalore, Our technicians will help you.

Remove the device from the water as quickly as possible, and remove the battery immediately. Removing the battery quickly could make the difference to save your smart phone. Most of the phones have a white indicator near the battery that will turn pink or red if water has damaged the device. You can try to draw the moisture out by submerging the phone in a bowl of rice or other absorbent material overnight. You can also try to dry it out with a vacuum cleaner, as long as you don’t hold the vacuum too close to the device. Sometimes cleaning the phone with rubbing alcohol will work if it has not been exposed to water very long. Here are some other Do’s and Don’ts.


  • Remove the sim card, memory card, and anything else that might be plugged into the device.
  • Dry gently with an absorbent towel.


  • Don’t push any buttons! This could force water further into the circuits.
  • Don’t use a hairdryer on the phone – this could also push water into the phone and do further damage.
  • Don’t move the phone more than you have to. It is best to keep the smart phone still to prevent water from spreading throughout the device.
  • Don’t turn the phone on too soon. It is best to wait 24 hours before attempting to turn your phone back on.

Repairing Smart Phones with Water Damage:

If you have tried the above steps and your phone is still not working, let us look at your phone. Our HTC Service center in Bangalore expert technicians at Totoodo will make every effort possible to salvage your water damaged phone or other device. Totoodo Huawei Nexus service center in Chennai has the technology to retrieve any information stored on your phone and transfer them to a new device. Walk-in to a local store or mail-in your device for a free estimate.