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    Well my problem was that my Iphone worked great until some day without any reasson began crashing continuously without any pattern and the WiFi was a problem to conect so after several restores, BB upgrades and downgrades, all combinations of programs that I could think of. I began to think that it was all for my iphone, and suddenly in my despair I think that it could be a possibility that my iphone could have humidity inside, this cause I always use it on my jeans pocket so this is what I did and worked for me.

    Put salt on a napkin and fold it like some kind of bag (any way you want but be sure that the salt donīt leave very easy the napkin) then put it in to a ziplock bag with some rice and then put the iphone inside. I leaved there for a day and after it no more crashes...

    For those that want to know why the rise and the salt, this is because at the moment I didnīt have any thing that could absorb the humidity and the salt and the rice are the most efficient way of absorbing the humidity of the air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xbawer View Post
    Well my problem was that my Iphone worked great until some day without any reasson began crashing continuously without any pattern and the WiFi was a problem to conect so after several restores, BB upgrades and downgrades, all combinations of programs that I could think of. I began to think that it was all for my iphone, and suddenly in my despair I think that it could be a possibility that my iphone could have humidity inside, this cause I always use it on my jeans pocket so this is what I did and worked for me.

    Put salt on a napkin and fold it like some kind of bag (any way you want but be sure that the salt donīt leave very easy the napkin) then put it in to a ziplock bag with some rice and then put the iphone inside. I leaved there for a day and after it no more crashes...

    For those that want to know why the rise and the salt, this is because at the moment I didnīt have any thing that could absorb the humidity and the salt and the rice are the most efficient way of absorbing the humidity of the air.
    this reminds of the rumors that to fix an ipod put in the freezer for about an hour....and frankly ive never tried any of these crazy methods and never will simply bc i believe that when an iphone gives u problems its mostly due to software unless u dropped it which then would be hardware issues.....im glad it worked for u but i still dont believe it....

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    I would normally agree with you, but think abut thousands of components put very close working at very high speeds (Mhz or Ghz) you really think that high humidity can't afect the operation?? Just imagine a micro drop condesed between two of the internal electrical paths.

    I don't find so hard to believe, is not focus pocus its real

 

 

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