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  1. B. Diddy's Avatar
    When i check my rear camera. it has a drop of water inside of lens. since i bought my mobile i did not put or try my s7 edge in water. Can someone explain or help me here.
    Are you certain it's water and not some other debris? If it's definitely liquid, then it's probably condensation due to moisture that may have gotten in through some flaw in the integrity of the seal. You could try using a desiccant to absorb the excess moisture -- seal the phone in a bag of uncooked rice (or, if you have them, a bunch of those little bags of silica gel that come packed with various dry goods) for at least 24 hrs.
    11-17-2016 09:50 AM
  2. Timothy John Corpuz's Avatar
    Was just wondering if anyone else had this problem or had any experiences with this. I've only had this phone for about a week. My sister borrowed my phone and took it to the kiddie pool to take pictures of her kids, phone worked fine at first, it took the footage under water and all was well. 2 hours later i get bacl home and put it on the charger. At first it wouldnt charge but I figured it was just a safety precaution so I just waited until it dried(eventually it started charging normally). But a day later when I was trying to take a picture I noticed that the camera was blurry, I checked the back and there was condensation inside the camera lens as well as behind the glass of the blood pressure reader. I decided to put the phone in a bag of rice. Didn't work. I soon learned that my proximity sensor stopped working as well. The phones screen would not turn off automatically when I put the phone to my face when making a call which made it very difficult to make and receive calls(my face would accidentally hit the hold button). Eventually, the condensation went away after 5 long days but the proximity sensor was permanently damaged. Just to remind you, the phone was only in water for not more than 2 minutes. I find it disappointing that a phone that has been deemed water resistant has these problems. I guess it was a gimmick. Has anyone else had any of these problems?
    I have also experienced this but not to worry the sensors would function again after sometime, but it would take a while if there are water droplets. I had my s7 edge been used at the pool for a couple of minutes then noticed, moisture build up on my rear and front cam as well as the heart rate sensor thingy. It took up to a week and a half for the sensors and 2 weeks for the cams. But if it is just foggy a little heating would do, heat it with anything that gives off heat like a hair blower (not directly) heat it from a distance as to not to fry up your phone. And of course NOT something that would destroy a phone like in a microwave (I know that it's obvious but some people have done it, so just in case)
    01-08-2017 05:28 AM
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