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Cell phone damaged due to liquids i need to retrieve data

My cell phone got damaged due liquid submergance, I was told it cannot be fixed, so i just want to retrieve the info (numbers, etc ) from the phone imbedded storage because not everything was on the sim car.

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    My phone is not working due to falling in water. I want to retrieve my phone numbers and photos.

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It depends on how long ago the phone was submerged in water like a week or more but if like a day or 2 then take it to a mobile repair center they should be able to fix it.

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