How To Get Water Out of Your Phone Speaker | step- by- step guide

Water is one of the most important factors in phone speaker survival. And, unfortunately, many people don’t know how to get it out. In this blog post, we will show you how to get water out of your phone speaker using a few simple steps.

What You’ll Need

If your phone speaker is not working or sounding right, there are a few things you can do to get water out of it. This guide will show you how to remove the cover, unscrew the screws and pull out the old speaker. Then, you can replace it with a new one and restore sound quality.
Step 1: Remove the Battery Cover

To remove the battery cover, first press down on the two sides of the cover and then pull it off.

Step 2: Unscrew the Speaker screws

Next, unscrew the speaker screws by gently turning them with a Phillips head screwdriver. Be careful not to strip the screws.

Step 3: Pull out the Old Speaker

Finally, pull out the old speaker by grasping it with your hands and pulling it out.

How to Do It

There are a few different ways to get water out of your phone speaker. One is to pour a pot of boiling water onto the speaker, and then switch it off and on again until the water has been removed. Another way is to completely submerge the device in water, turn it off and on again, and then remove it.

The third method is the quickest and easiest: use a household vacuum cleaner. Turn off the device and unplug it from the power source before removing the battery cover. Remove the battery and plug in an adapter to allow you to use your vacuum cleaner’s attachments. Put the Speaker Cover back on, place the battery in place, plug in the power cord, turn on the vacuum cleaner, and wait about five minutes for it to suck up all of the water.

Tips for Success

If your phone won’t turn on or you hear water dripping from the speaker, there’s a good chance water is trapped inside. Here are three tips for getting water out of your phone speaker:

1. Blow into the speakerphone
This seems counterintuitive, but blowing into the speaker can force liquid out of any small openings and venting it. Make sure to hold your breath while doing this, or you’ll end up creating some loud noise!
2. Use a vacuum cleaner
If blowing doesn’t work and you have a powerful vacuum cleaner available, try using it to suck the water out. Be sure to wear gloves and eye protection when attempting this step as strong suction can damage your device.
3. Use boiling water
Last resort is to use boiling water, which will cause most liquid to evaporate quickly. Before doing this, be sure to sanitize your device by wiping down all surfaces with a clean cloth first.

What To Do If It Doesn’t Work

If the water doesn’t seem to be coming out of your phone speaker, there are a few things you can do.

1. Check if the phone is wet. Remove any water from around the device by wiping it down with a dry cloth or paper towel.
2. Make sure that the port on the bottom of the phone is not obstructed. Use a thin object like a toothpick to try and unblock any debris blocking the port. If all of these tips don’t work, you may need to take your device to a technician for further diagnosis.

Turn off your phone

If you’re looking for a way to turn off your phone without having to take it apart, then this guide is for you. There are a few different methods that you can use, and each one should work depending on the phone model and how tight the seal is between the phone and its speaker.

For phones with removable batteries, like many budget models, try unscrewing the back of the phone and removing the battery. Then use a thin object like a screwdriver to pry open the seal around the speaker. For phones with metal backs, like Apple devices, try using a tool called a “spudger” (or something similar) to pop the speakers out of their housing.

Once you’ve freed up the speaker, make sure it’s dry before re-inserting it into its housing. If it’s still wet, try using some compressed air or an oven set to low heat to dry it out completely. Finally, replace your speaker and screws and you’re done!

Remove the battery

If your phone is not responding to touch or you see water coming out of the loudspeaker, it’s likely that the battery has gone bad and needs to be replaced. Here’s how to remove the battery:

1. If your phone is powered on, hold down the power button until you see the Android icon screen.
2. Tap on “Settings.”
3. Under “System,” tap on “Battery.”
4. Tap on “Remove Battery.”
5. Wait for the device to restart before replacing the battery.

Remove the speaker

If your phone is not working, it’s probably due to water getting inside the speaker. Here’s how to remove the speaker and get water out:

1. Open the phone and locate the speaker on the bottom left side of the device.
2. If your phone has a removable battery, unscrew it by turning it counter clockwise. The battery should come off fairly easily.
3. If your phone doesn’t have a removable battery, use a small flat head screwdriver to pry up at one corner of the speaker cover (above where you plugged in). Gently pull off the cover.
4. Locate several Phillips screws around the perimeter of the speaker (four are pictured below). Remove these screws using a Phillips head screwdriver.
5. Gently peel back or break away any adhesive that holds down or surrounds the speakers internal components (pictured below). Carefully slide each component out of its respective socket (eardrum, magnets, piezoelectric transducer) and set them aside on some paper towel or cloth to dry completely before reinstalling them into their original location.
6. Reattach the speaker cover using new screws if necessary and reattach the battery if applicable (screws not shown in image). Make sure all wires are routed properly behind/underneath cover before closing it back up!

Clean all surfaces with a cloth or brush

If you’re like most people, your phone’s speaker gets covered in dust, lint, and other gunk fairly quickly. Here’s how to clean it off:

1. Get a cloth or brush and wet it with cool water.
2. Squeeze the excess water out of the cloth or brush before gently cleaning the speaker surface. Make sure to get into all the nooks and crannies.
3. Once the speaker is clean, let it air dry completely before using it again.

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