After being submerged in water, your phone’s speaker may sound muffled or distorted. It could possibly be permanently damaged if left alone. This is how to remove water from your phone’s speaker if you dropped it in water or drenched it in the rain.
Water in the Speaker of Your Phone
Your phone’s speaker may sound faint and distorted even though it has an IP-rated water resistant rating. There is currently no built-in method of ejecting water from the speaker, and this can lead to long-term issues.
Since sound waves aid to expel the water, there are various third-party apps available to do this for you.
How to Dry a Phone’s Speaker and Earpiece of Water
1] Download and install the Speaker Cleaner app from the Google Play Store to begin. You may get the Sonic V app from the App Store for iPhones.
2] Launch the app and switch to the Speaker mode. Turn your phone’s speaker so that it is facing down and crank up the volume all the way.
The next step is to click on the Start Cleaning button. A strange sound will now be played to help you expel the water.
If all is well, switch the toggle to Earpiece and perform the same thing. Keep the earpiece facing the ground.
Your phone’s audio quality will start to improve within minutes as more water is discharged. If that doesn’t work, try it again in the second mode. Manual cleaning mode lets you choose the frequency of the sound that works best for your speakers, allowing you to customise the cleaning process for each individual device.
It’s done. After a few seconds, the sound on your phone should return to normal. You may even see a few water droplets on your speaker grill while it works.
After being exposed to rain or unintentional splashes, your phone’s speaker may need to be cleaned. This strategy has worked flawlessly for me on my phone for quite some time now. I’d love to hear from you in the comments section below.