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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Issue

Discussion in 'Mobile Devices for All Other Operating Systems' started by mrgrtt123, Jan 2, 2020.

  1. mrgrtt123

    mrgrtt123 Member

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    I have noticed an unusual issue whenever I charge the old S7 Edge.
    A security alert pops up that it detected a moisture issue and I have to unplug the charger.
    Do you guys know how to fix it? Is it time for me to get a new spare smartphone?
     
  2. palandri

    palandri Former Palm Guy
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    I've heard of that, but never looked into closely since I don't have a Samsung anymore. I do remember people talking about drying it out with a hair dryer or putting it in a bowl of rice to adsorb the moisture.
     
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  3. mrgrtt123

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    I have tried to dry it for a couple of days but to no bail, it still has the moisture error. I think it's time to get rid of this smartphone. I wonder why I had the said issue when the smartphone did not fall in water.
     
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  4. Raniyah

    Raniyah New Member

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    I think a Wireless charger could be useful for you at the moment.Try it
     

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