Settings says no wi-fi

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  1. flame838

    flame838 New Member

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    So I few days ago, I accidentally dropped my ipod touch in water. I took it out immediately and let it dry overnight.
    When I turned it on the next day, it told me to connect to iTunes and I restored it.
    Everything is working now except that when I go to settings, the wi-fi settings are grayed out and I can't click on it. It also says that bluetooth is unavailable.
    The water damage indicator is still white, but I'm pretty sure Apple will know it was water damaged. Is there anyway to fix my ipod or do I need to get a new one?
  2. kolko

    kolko New Member

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    Same problem here, bringing it in tomorrow

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    I'm quite sure the water indicator will be coloured to, so I'm not getting my hopes up =/
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