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u must let your cellphone dry up b4 u turn it on,1st thing to do dismantle your cellphone case then u can use a hair blower to dry it up. then try to turn it on. if its not working maybe your cellphone suffers a shortcercuit
Sounds like it is done for, yes. I know a way to save electronics if they are dumped in water, but it requires to fill it with water replacing fluids. Putting it in pure alcohol right away (remove battery first) might save it, as ir should replace the water and then evaporate completey when you take it out.
Some contacts have probably corroded in your phone, so unless you are (or know) a repairman of electronics you'll probably need a new phone. :-/
You need to remove all the varistor that is on the keypad teh components that has a "V" on it look beside the "LED" on the keypad. Also before doing that soke it in Vodca its a good alcohol to clean with, use tooth brush and scrab scrab scrab!