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Default [Q] Htc One M7 - condensed water

Hello guys,

my beautiful phone thought it would be cool to take a cup of water so it dont dry out ...
(condensed water behind the screen)

Now my problem is on my phone are important data that i want to restore, but its not possible to start the device anymore.
When i press the power button nothing happens, when i plug in the powercable and press the power button it stats until the HTC Logo apears, then it shut down.

I try many time to enter the bootloader but it isnt possible.

Has anyone an idea how i can save my data?

The phone is broken so or so if i need to open it - it would be ok...


It would be real cool

Greets Jens!
 
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Hello guys,

my beautiful phone thought it would be cool to take a cup of water so it dont dry out ...
(condensed water behind the screen)

Now my problem is on my phone are important data that i want to restore, but its not possible to start the device anymore.
When i press the power button nothing happens, when i plug in the powercable and press the power button it stats until the HTC Logo apears, then it shut down.

I try many time to enter the bootloader but it isnt possible.

Has anyone an idea how i can save my data?

The phone is broken so or so if i need to open it - it would be ok...


It would be real cool

Greets Jens!
if you can't boot in bootloader mode, there is nothing you can do yourself. Important data should be backed up on a regular basis
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if you can't boot in bootloader mode, there is nothing you can do yourself. Important data should be backed up on a regular basis
Yeah i know ... now =D
There is no known way to extract the storage card and connect this to the PC ?
 
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SD card? Remove it and use a card reader. I'm assuming you mean internal memory??

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Storage card? Umm no there is no card in the m7. Opening up your phone won't help u. If you can't get it to boot up you are pretty much screwed
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Storage card? Umm no there is no card in the m7. Opening up your phone won't help u. If you can't get it to boot up you are pretty much screwed

Ok this is the answer i needed
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