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Dropped phone in water

I dropped my phone in water, but it worked fine for the next couple of minutes, then it started to vibrate constantly and wouldn't stop. i took the battery out and noticed water so i used the rice technique. Is there anything else i can do to save my phone?

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    i dropped my env in the toliet i amediatly took out the battery and well it works when i put the old battery in when its on the charger but i want to know before i go to buy a new battery if i buy a new battery if it will make it work right again??

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My Motorola razr went through 2 cycles of washing machine! I fixed it by removing the battery first, letting it thoroughly dry out using a cold setting on a hair dryer, after opening the battery compartment, folding open the phone and even a bit of sundrying, Another gentler method of drying it is by leaving it on a
UPS system where the temperature wont exceed 45C or so. I was careful not to turn it on soon after I picked it up from the washing machine.
I have heard- but havent tried it- of people successfully using WD20 or one of those silicone sprays on electronic items to dry them out.

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No much. probably it already has a short internal.
you can open the pone and try to use a hair dryer to dry out the phone, but I don't think that is going help.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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