Help!!!! i got it wet and i have tried drying it but its still a black screen or my picture on the screen is all muddled up. ive left it off for about 20mins and just turned it on and its saying test mode.
I helped a friend with a similar problem using the solution below, so I am sure it will work unless your phone has shorted out:
Remove the battery from the phone immediately -- preferably right after it had gotten wet.
Spray the phone liberally through the keypad and inside the battery compartment with a good brand of electronic cleaner such as "CRC QD Electronic Cleaner Quick Drying Formula". It is important for the cleaner to get into the phone to wash out any water and mineral residues as they can cause a short when you put the batteries back into the phone.
Allow it to drain and dry, or better, blow dry it with hairdryer set on cold, or turn upside down on your dashboard for a few hours. Do NOT put the batteries back in the phone while it is drying.
When your phone is completely dry, put battery back in and turn it on. If it does not come on, put it on the charger. You should see the indicator come on showing "Charging".
After a few minutes to a half an hour, try turning your phone on. It should work if nothing has shorted.
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Well it depends on the type of screen you have in the phone. Some have edges that can split open and lose the fluid that projects the picture so your best bet is to just replace the phones screen, if every thing else works fine
It depends on how wet, like submergeg or rained on? With the camera armor it should be fine. It's not gone yes there is a reset, it's a two button deal, turn on the camera and hold down the +/- button by the on off switch (they have green dots near them) and the AF button on the top for more than two seconds, normally the display panel turns off while the camera resets. IF this solves your situation rate my response. This site is free you don't have to pay for answers.
When was the last time you "cleaned" the heads? Use a good commercial
head cleaning tape. They have both "Wet" and "Dry" types. I prefer the
"wet" over the dry. I think it does a better job but they are hard to
find sometimes. you can also do it manually with "foam" swabs and "methanol". Alcohol works but the methanol leaves less residue behind.
If that doesn't solve the problem the next step would be to take it to a repair shop for cleaning and re-alignment.
It must be a connection problem, to the LCD, or the light is not working.
Can only be sorted by looking at it really.
Back to Telstra I'm afraid. If it's new let them sort it out, if it's not try a reset take the sim card out first then input this code *#7780# (Best to use this code as a last resort) Give it time to work.
if the phone didn't get wet or u can't see a visibly broken screen then ur lcd may still be working, u simply may need to re seat the ribbon cable that connects the lcd by un screwin the 4 screws that hold the display n pryin in open from the mid section of each side then use somthing flat to lift the connector n replacing it pressin firmly.