Question about Lands Phones
Keep it turned off, take out the battery, and put it in a jar of rice for 2 days. It might be an old wives tale but apparently it helps absorb the water out of the phone. If that doesn't work then take it to a repair center - many of them have liquid damage treatments that they will perform on phones (obviously for a fee). Otherwise get a new phone.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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