Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
My Razr phone got wet (long story).
I opened it up and pulled the battery and put the phone in some rice to dry it out.
Three weeks later and the phone will power up.
Sometimes when I press a key (not always the same one), it'll power off.
Other times, I can press keys with no problem, but after dialing (and without me touching anything) it'll power off. I've received a few calls without a problem.
Any suggestions? Or is it dead?
The problem is that the circuitry inside got wet and there is no knowing what that water damage got into .. shorts across circuit board components etc.. so it is what it is,.. it may work..but chances are something in the logic got corrupt by that water.. It's a hit or miss proposition.. I doubt very much that it will recover on it's own after this length of time drying out.. Good luck..
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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