Can r4 card water proof

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I was playing with r4 card in front of toilet (dump) but suddenly, I accidently, dropped r4 card into the toilet
so I immediately take off r4 card from toilet then dry it one day. I thought it is okay so I changed other sd card that is 4gb lexar sd card.
it was working but one day, when I operate the r4 it' saying sd/tf card error. I thought it bricked so when I put sd card on computer with card reader
it was like this
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Is that mean my r4 is bricked or is that mean my sd card was broken?
 
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Honestly.....I do not know what is wrong with People today....
If I was a Child and got a 3DS with Flashcard (around 100 Euros) I would handle this Video Device like my own Eyeball.....🙄


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Bricked ? Really ? Unbelievable......

Water Damage has proven irreparable in the past as it is today. Even if you use the most impossible tricks (blow-dry, bake ...) and it seems that it works, the Device will NEVER work reliably and flawlessly again, basta.


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I was playing with r4 card in front of toilet (dump) but suddenly, I accidently, dropped r4 card into the toilet
so I immediately take off r4 card from toilet then dry it one day. I thought it is okay so I changed other sd card that is 4gb lexar sd card.
it was working but one day, when I operate the r4 it' saying sd/tf card error. I thought it bricked so when I put sd card on computer with card reader
it was like this View attachment 280370
Is that mean my r4 is bricked or is that mean my sd card was broken?
Have you tried cleaning it with some isopropyl? Preferably 91% or higher? That will help protect againist corrosion and if something else got in too.
 
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Have you tried cleaning it with some isopropyl? Preferably 91% or higher? That will help protect againist corrosion and if something else got in too.
I think it just bricked or maybe because of touching the water from r4 card or the sd card is fake. I tried to brush sd card with toothpaste and clean it with cotton swab, but it wasn't work. sad
 
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