How to Recover A Cell Phone If It Gets Wet

March 16, 2013  //  Posted by: cooldude  //  Category: Cell Phones

wet Cell Phone careCell phones have become an integral part of our lives and one of the most common problems occurring with cell phones is damage caused due to the cell phone getting wet. If you have just dropped your phone in a bucket or if your phone has gotten wet in the rain then remove the phone from the water body as soon as you can.

Don’t panic and don’t shake the phone. We mostly shake phone when wet thinking the water will come out but what you actually might be doing is sending the water into other parts of the phone. Instead, dry the surface with a towel and then take out all the parts. Remove the battery, cell phone accessories (like headphones and peripheral decoration items) and the SIM card. Then wipe each part thoroughly with a dry clean and soft rag. After doing all this, let the phone dry pout with its parts still unattached. You should never use a dryer. After its dry put back all the parts and protect the screen with some kind of hard paper and keep it in a bowl of uncooked rice for 3 to 4 hours. They have a high affinity for drawing out moisture. If it still doesn’t work, give it for a professional repair.

How to clean your CPU fan

March 02, 2013  //  Posted by: cooldude  //  Category: Gadgets

clean your CPU fan, CPUYour CPU is one of the most important parts of the computer. It works for all the other parts holds the motherboard, gives commands which you provide and in short, it’s the computer’s brain. So you must make sure that it’s always in good working condition and not just operational. Cleaning the fan inside the CPU is something which every computer owner must earn. Cleaning the fan helps in increasing the life of the CPU and keeps it well functioning for a longer period of time.

First of all, shut down your computer and turn off the main switch. Open the back of the computer case using screw drivers and keep the cover aside. Use a can of compressed air and place it two inches away from the cleaning area before you spray. Use fast, short sprays over the fan blades, it’s not a perfume, so be quick and short with you spray. Use a damp cloth to clean the power chords and then put back everything like it was.