메인 콘텐츠로 스킵하기
도움말

원문 게시자: Erik ,

본문:

I have the same exact problem with an iPhone 4s a friend gave me. The iPhone was dropped in a toilet, immediately turned off, and placed in a bag of rice. Following this the rice got jammed in the 30 dock connector, and my friend damaged the connector trying to dislodge the rice.

The iPhone apparently still turned on, and the alarm that was set before the incident contributed to ring every morning. When my friend gave up on the phone he gave it to me. I just started tinkering with it, and decided I should replace the dock connector and see if I could get it to hold a charge, or better yet see if the screen would miraculously start working again.

After a bout an hour of charging the iPhone showed signs of connecting to my computer, launching iTunes and such, but the screen would still not turn on.

After reading this and other posts on how certain components can break based on the ph and wether the device was fully submerged etc I have decided I would give it a shot at replacing the screen.

Seeing the original post and the issues encountered, I think the damage must be so substantial that the main logic board on your device would have to be replaced.

I hope it works! Will update

현황:

open