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The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Is a Mid-Tier phone released by Samsung on March 17, 2021

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Moisture detected warning not going away.

About a month a go a baby spilled a unknown oil on my type c charging cord. I was able to clean out the port but that didn't work after I replaced the sister board on the bottom but it would keep coming back. After I was able to find a oem replacement and that kept the phone working for a while I also replaced the ribbon cable that connects the 2 boards together. I have kept the phone away from all moisture possible and resealed it. Yesterday my phone died on me and now it is unable to charge at all. The software was up to date and there cant possibly be any moisture anywhere. Any solutions to this? at this point I'm sure its some ultra sensitive sensor somewhere in the phone that is bricking up my phone.

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daughter board has to be a genuine samsung part as they have sensors

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It was replaced with a genuine one off a donor phone.

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After a year since I posted about my issue the moisture detected problem is still there when it get completely drained and starts up from zero percent. Works absolutely perfectly the rest of the time, but the solution I have been doing is so stupid but it works for me. Whenever my phone gets completely discharged I plug the phone in until it gets to "zero" percent. Basically the phone tells me that theres moisture in the charging port still and refuses to charge. So when the phone starts to beep at me (at 0 or 1 percent) I power on the phone and disconnect the charger until it gets to a certain screen where the phone is booted up and just says Samsung, now the timing varies a bit but when I plug the phone back in after it has booted up it in a way bypasses that stupid moisture warning and the phone starts charging from zero percent and works just fine after. I believe because of the stupid issue I originally had some stupid code has tripped that cant be bypassed by my skill level (no knowledge of coding?) and doesnt reset from swapping parts out.

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I now think its some software issue because after playing a game of perfectly plugging in the charger after the phone booted up at 0% I got it to start charging.

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