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I've been really busy today working, so I'll take one in the morning. Also, if its water under the screen should I put the dryer on minimum heat?

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Try to dry the humidity with an hair dryer, carefully, really. This was the suggestion I can second, in my opinion. The better photo?

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Correct, I suggest medium heat and try short, multiple time heating. Difficult to sort out without a much clearer photo as stated from smbody else.

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Correct, I suggest medium heat and try short, multiple time heating. Difficult to sort out without a much clearer photo as stated from smbody else.

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Here's a "better" photo, as my moto has the best camera of my devices, and my tab 2 has a 3mp shooter so the quality ain't great.


EDIT: been blow drying to seemingly no gain, will try later. In the meantime, any other ideas?
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Are ( or is, the spot appears to be the same of the other photo) the places of the screen responsive to touch inputs with your littlest finger?

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Are ( or is, the spot appears to be the same of the other photo) the places of the screen responsive to touch inputs with your littlest finger?

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Yes they are. Also, better photo from my dads S3. EDIT: Photo wont upload, I'll try later

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