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iPod Touch Water Damage

IrohIroh Registered User regular
edited June 2010 in Help / Advice Forum
A friend of mine recently bricked an iPod Touch by dumping it in a lake. They went through all of the typical rice drying and everything else with no result, so I'm not interested in those kind of tricks.

What I am looking for is any kind of resource for inspecting the hardware and maybe fixing it with a little electrical expertise. Best case, I can get it working again, but even if it just turns into a fun dissection project that's fine.

Iroh on
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