Have you dropped your Android tablet in sink, bathtub, or toilet? If so, the bad news is that the device can be left irreparably damaged, especially if the tablet was switched on when you dropped it. The best thing that you can do to save the device is to turn it off right away. This will increase the chances of reviving the device to use it again.
You will need to act fast when your tablet gets wet. We all know that electricity and water does not get along. Therefore, a wet device can short out and the circuit board of the tablet can be damaged permanently. In addition, water can cause damage to the display, slots, and all electronic areas of the tablet. The tips shared by dealers of low cost tablets can help you minimize the damage and increase the chances of revival.
If your tablet is exposed to water, the first thing that you need to do is to turn off the device and remove the battery. It is true that there are tablets that have non-removable batteries, but if your tablet allows you to do this, then you may remove the battery rather than turning off the device. After that, find a flat surface to use to perform the following things. You will need to act fast; else, the result will be a permanent damage to the tablet.
If your tablet allows you to open the back, you can remove the battery, as said in the above step. However, there are two other items that need to be removed. These are the memory card and the SIM card (if your tablet allows using one). Both the memory card and the SIM card needs to be dried and stored safe. Removing these cards will allow you to dry their slots with tissue paper and help to prevent damage to the cards.
Blot up any water that you can find on the device, as fast as possible. You can use a dry tissue paper to blot up the water. Make sure that you have removed all droplets of water on the display, around its edge, and around the bezels and screw holes. Ensure that the tablet is completely dry from the outside and take it the nearest service center.