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It probably fell onto the headphone jack and something got messed up there. That's a problem that you could maybe fix by taking it apart and reseating the button actuator. If it fell onto the button, it may have pushed the actuator farther into the phone. The button pushes down on another button inside that is part of the actuator module, so may have been pushed around.
Thank you for writing in regard to your concern about your phone has fell under water. Let me help you with this.
Normally, in this typr of scenario, your phone may not be fixed already, most especaially when the phone has been in the water too long, the hardwares as well as the other parts of the screen will be rusty by the time it will dry. It would be best if you brought the phone immediately to the nearest center to see if it can still be fixed.
Now, I have red some articles about this one. It says that when your phone fell off to the water, you immeditaely renoved the battery, housing or casing and other parts immediately and place all the parts inside the rice container full of rice of course. The phone should be merged deep inside the rice. The rationale for tis one is that, the rice willsip all the water particles of your phone making the phone dry. Please be reminded that you need to let it stay there for about 24 to 48 hours.
Also, the trick that I have provided is not credible. Hope this will help.
Lastly, if you think you will spend much repairing the phone which is hopeless, I would highly suggest you to buy a new one rather to spend much on repairing.
Well to me this sounds like a problem you'll have to get fixed by your phone company, however if you have water damage (Which can usually be checked in the battery area by a small plastic strip. If the strip is pink or red, you have water damage. If it is white then that is not your problem)You could try to fix this by leaving your device in a bag of rice overnight. If you dropped your device, it is likely damaged and you'll have to have it repaired.
Water damage is not something that can be FIXED, I would contact your service provider in some hopes that they can warranty it for you. Otherwise theres not much that can be done if the circuitry is fried short of buying a new phone.
It is stuffed, if it falls into water then the second it falls in it will short, and probably blow some critical components inside, even if the phone is off then there is always power running through it (so it knows when you are pressing the button to turn it on, also so it can remember the time and date)