Fix And Use Any Water-damaged Phone Using Reviveaphone

Anytime it may happen that your phone slips out from your hand and dropped into water. Well, if you are based in UK, then this scenario most probably may occur in toilet. If it is your iPhone that dropped into water, then you may know how to fix it. However, 20-year-old young boy Oliver Murphy from Chelmsford, Essex, has invented a repair kit named Reviveaphone for mobiles through which you can get water-damaged phones back to their original state.


Reviveaphone is a simple way to get water-damaged phones back to their original state. It comprises a sealable pouch containing a powerful solution to remove corrosive mineral deposits from the water-damaged phone, and a tray to leave the electronic device in for 24 hours to get it back in working order.

Oliver Murphy With Reviveaphone
Oliver Murphy With Reviveaphone

Reviveaphone can work up to a month after the initial damage, but Murphy advises turning the phone off and using the product as soon as possible after it gets wet, and not using the phone until is completely dry.

Murphy said, “There is nothing else like this on the market and I can’t wait to spread the word. People will never stop dropping their phones down the loo, in the bath – wherever – and this is a much more convenient and economical way of repairing them than dealing with insurance companies and paying excess fees.”

Kelly Hoppen MBE of Dragons’ Den said, “I have every faith in Oliver’s passion for Reviveaphone and believe the product he has created is a must-have for any household with a mobile phone. The major appeal is that it fixes your drowned smartphone without the need for you to mess around dismantling the thing. It’s just a case of popping it in a bag with solution.”

This revolutionary repair kit is being said to save thousands of pounds of consumers. Besides, repairing mobiles and smartphones, Reviveaphone can fix other electronic devices like cameras, MP3 players, mini tablets which dropped into liquid. You can get this  repair kit for £14.99 from

Source: Daily Mail

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Anatol Rahman is the Editor at TheTechJournal. He loves complicated machineries, and crazy about robot and space. He likes cycling. Before joining TheTechJournal team, he worked in the telemarketing industry. You can catch him on Google+.

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