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If you have an accidental damage protection plan with your carrier, you can get your phone replaced. If you don't have any replacement plan, you'll probably end up having to replace your phone. Phone's don't like to be dropped in water. If you have a memory card with data on it (pictures, videos, contacts, address books, etc...) you can remove the memory card from the phone and keep your data; most memory cards are forgiving of water immersion.
Hi, When a phone falls down on the flow and memory card is affected, Memory cards are very fragile and it needs handling with care. Ones it is affected, it does not work again,that is it is damaged and will not work any more no matter how hard you try to make it work. It just happened to my Sony Erickson phone just some weeks ago,i heard to get a new and i lost all data on the memory stick. So bad.
The best advice is to get a replacement and make sure you back up your data in case anything happens to the memory card.
on the side of the door panel that it goes into is a lil tiny hinge with a small piece of plastic that prevents it from popping out,i do believe your lil door may have broken off or your hinge is bad...
the memory card slot ratchet is faulty: it does not click in place. This needs to be replaced. I won't recommend repairing a camera by yourself because there are miniature screws and soldered wires inside. You need to go to a camera repair shop.
it is very easy to install a memory card in to your phone enter your memory card where the space is provided and push the memory card but aware of the fact that not to push it tufly push it smoothly and keep golden plate inner side
check your memory card with the help of card reader. if its still not working in that, then its mean it will not work any more. or try to format it with the help of pc by connecting it through usb.
your phone may have a root folder limitation on how many it can see in the root , try creating a folder and dropping them into that. or take all the songs off and use the phone to format/erase the card , then put the songs back and see it that helps.
This same thing happened to me recently. My reader seemed to stopped working after I accidentally dropped my phone at work. I tried everything from formatting it to trying different memory cards and nothing worked.
I manually added the music files on my 1gb SD card at first and figured I should do it again and it didn't work. I then synced my music through Windows Media Player but that still didn't do the trick.
The solution in the end was to take the SD card out of the phone, turn the phone off, put the SD card back in while the phone is off, turn the phone back on, and then update your library. If that doesn't work you may have a faulty reader that came with some of the phone when they first came out.