Question about Cell Phones
Okay heres what you do..It happened to me once before..Keep your phone off and dont put the battery..Never try to turn it on because it might ge shorted again..Let the phone dry for a day much better if you will let a fan point on it to dry..Let all the parts really get dry and leave it for a day ..Once your sure that your phone is completely dry then you can put te battery in and turn your phone on.If theres a problem on the functions of your phone then thats the time to bring it to a tech. The short might have cause a damage to the unit..
Hope this info has helped you in any way..have a nice day..!!!
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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