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  1. This guy is amazing my kitten knocked my s3 in the bath and I followed this
    video and it works again thanks very much :) happy customer

  2. I’ve dropped my phone in the toilet and snatch it immediately , at first it
    was fine , then it started flickering so I’ve took the battery out and
    everything and put it in rice , then I checked on it a few minutes later it
    was all fine no flicker then I put it back in rice and checked on it the
    next morning and at the bottom of the screen was greenish-blueish… What
    do you believe is wrong with it or is it gonna go away ?

  3. first of all thanks! you saved my phone but (my phone fell in the pool).
    when i came back home i followed ur video step by step. now my phone is
    booting but it shows fully purple screen and its very hot, then it turns
    off and booting again and does the same all the time .
    what should i do now?

  4. Thank you so much for posting this! I dropped my phone in the river
    (stupid!) And my touch screen wasn’t working. I followed this step by step
    and tada! Here I am posting this from my phone! Thank you so so so so much!
    Keep up the good work! 

  5. Thank you so much. I don’t think I will be able to use my phone again since
    it’s still working quite odd in many ways. But at least it started and all
    my files are saved.

  6. thank you so much! by following the steps in this video i managed to fix my
    aunts phone which she dropped in a sink full of water!

  7. Thank you very much guys. I just followed your video and I was able to
    recover mi wife’s phone back from the shadows. Cheers.

  8. question.. what does it mean if the touch senses stop working but you can
    see everything clearly and hear everything?? 

  9. What kind of cleaner do you recommend for cleaning interior components. I
    watched video and this is pretty impressive. Hope it works for me…i have
    thousands of pictures i would love to have back. Email me if its better for
    you. Jaydawg828@gmail.com

  10. He guys! PLEASE HELP!
    I was taking a bath and put my s3 next to me on the edge of the tub, and
    when I wanted to pick up my phone I saw it had a bit of water under it and
    on top of it. Now my normal speakers from my samsung have this cracking
    sound. I can hear songs, but with a distortion like cracking sound. .

    Can someone please help me?

  11. This is a great video. I must admit, I was a bit skeptic at first but I
    gave it a try.

    Here’s the story: I was out a few hours in heavy rain and forgot my phone
    (S3 4g) in the outer pocket. When I got back to the car, the screen was
    flashing and changing colors. I removed the battery but it was a bit too
    late, it was dripping a lot of water from inside the phone. I got home,
    tried the rice fix and didn’t work. The next day, the screen was dead, but
    everything else seemed to work. I went to a shop and they said the LCD
    needs to be replaced… 140$. Got back home and the next day (2 days after
    the rain) I tried this method.

    When I reassembled the phone, the screen was still dead. I left it in a
    drawer, thinking it has no chance but after a couple of weeks, I wanted to
    give it one more try, put the battery back in and surprise, surprise: the
    screen turned on.

    This happened a couple of months ago. The phone still works perfectly and
    you helped me save big bucks!
    I’m quite sure this wouldn’t have been possible without following this
    video.

    So thanks a million!

  12. 5:06: I spilled a glass of wine on mine. And when I took my phone a part,
    that wasn’t even connected. It was just loose. Thinking maybe I solved my
    own problem, I reassembled and turned it on, and my screen was 50 shades of
    blue. Everything was there. It was just blue.

  13. hi,I followed the video and can say it worked a treat,the wife will be
    delighted with her phone back working,thanks a bunch,u the man

  14. I have about 200 galaxy’s and I suspect they have water damage and the
    camera is foggy. Any tricks other than this laborious take apart? Anyone?
    Thanks