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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, which is a bit different to 12 hours submerged!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device is not new.
 
Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal due to normal activity over time which may have compromised its’ water resistant integrity for example?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help. [[Electronics Water Damage]]
 
Hopefully you also cleaned the outside of the phone appropriately given where it was found submerged and also how itthe phone is used ;-)
Hopefully you also cleaned the outside of the phone appropriately given where it was found submerged and also how itthe phone is used ;-)

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, which is a bit different to 12 hours submerged!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device is not new.
 
Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal due to normal activity over time which may have compromised its’ water resistant integrity for example?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help. [[Electronics Water Damage]]
 
Hopefully you also cleaned the outside of the phone appropriately given where it was found submerged and also how it is used ;-)

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, which is a bit different to 12 hours submerged!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device is not recently purchasednew.
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device is not recently purchasednew.
 
Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal due to normal activity over time which may have compromised its’ water resistant integrity for example?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help. [[Electronics Water Damage]]

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, which is a bit different to 12 hours submerged!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device is not recently purchased.
 
Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc due to normal activity over time which may have compromised its’ water resistant integrityintegrity for example?
Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc due to normal activity over time which may have compromised its’ water resistant integrityintegrity for example?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help. [[Electronics Water Damage]]

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, which is a bit different to 12 hours submerged!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device has been in use for a while before this occurred. Areis not recently purchased.

Are
there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc compromisingdue to normal activity which may have compromised its’ water resistant integrity?
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device has been in use for a while before this occurred. Areis not recently purchased.

Are
there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc compromisingdue to normal activity which may have compromised its’ water resistant integrity?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help. [[Electronics Water Damage]]

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, which is a bit different to 12 hourshours submerged!
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, which is a bit different to 12 hourshours submerged!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device has been in use for a while before this occurred. Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc compromising its’ water resistant integrity?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help. [[Electronics Water Damage]]

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, bit different to 12 hours!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device has been in use for a whilewhile before this occurred. Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc compromising theits’ water resistant integrity?
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water especially if the device has been in use for a whilewhile before this occurred. Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc compromising theits’ water resistant integrity?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help. [[Electronics Water Damage]]

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, bit different to 12 hours!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water.water especially if the device has been in use for a while. Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc compromising the water resistant integrity?
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water.water especially if the device has been in use for a while. Are there any minute cracks in the case or flaws in the seal etc etc compromising the water resistant integrity?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this
 
This link may also be of some help.

https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage
[[Electronics Water Damage]]
This link may also be of some help.

https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage
[[Electronics Water Damage]]

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, bit different to 12 hours!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water.
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Samsung_Galaxy_S5_Mini[[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this

This link may also be of some help.

https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage
Here’s a link to the ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Samsung_Galaxy_S5_Mini[[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini]] guide, if you decide to do this

This link may also be of some help.

https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage

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Hi @fixzahid ,
 
Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.
 
The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, bit different to 12 hours!
 
Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.
 
Just so that you are aware of this
 
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and waterwater.

Here’s a link to the ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Samsung_Galaxy_S5_Mini guide, if you decide to do this
Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and waterwater.

Here’s a link to the ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Samsung_Galaxy_S5_Mini guide, if you decide to do this

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Hi @fixzahid ,

Water resistant doesn't necessarily mean waterproof.

The specs state that it can withstand water up to 1 metre for 30 minutes, bit different to 12 hours!

Whilst there are no problems for now that is not to say that they won't appear in the near future.

Just so that you are aware of this

Personally I would open it up to inspect it but I'm just cautious around electronics and water

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