I have a Samsung Galaxy A70.
Today I had an accident and spoiled tea all over my phone.
It was turned on. I turned it off. Had to use the touchscreen to turn in off. And wiped it dry from the outside.
After 10 minutes I try to boot it up a couple of times to see if everything is fine. However, it displays the « Samsung Powered by Knox » boot up logo and then turns off again.
Currently I have it burried in uncooked rice.
My question is:
Does Samsung A70 have a protection mechanism against water damage by refusing to boot until it detects that the water humidity has disappeared? (which means after 1 day in rice maybe it will work again)
Or is the phone damaged and this is the reason why it will not boot? (which means I have to buy a new phone and I have lost all my data)
Just to let you know, Samsung no longer keeps water resistance in any of the A 2019 Series phones despite having it in 2017 and A8 2018. The a50 was rumoured to maybe have it, but it was confirmed by Samsung it doesn't
It's good to hear your phone has survived this incident @Steliosaa.
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