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Thats no shock...Thats the sign of a cracked LCD. To test this, remove and insert the battery and wait for 5 minutes. Then connect your phone to the comupter. Make sure you have Blackbrry Desktop installed on the computer. If your phone is recognized by the computer and you can for example back up your phone, then this means that your phone is fine and you just need a new LCD
Get some ipa [isopropanol] leave phone submerged in same for a few hours [with battery removed] then remove from ipa, leave for 24 - 48 hrs as long as you can and it should come back to life. All the components in your phone are waterproof so the ipa will eliminate the moisture and should make you happy again.
it sounds as if your processor has been damaged. as long as there is no physical visable damage to the phone you will be covered under warranty. your phone has a 1 year manufacture warranty. do you have the blackberry destop manager installed on a computer?
for further assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org . someone will walk you through the steps to try and recover your information from the phone.
I have A Blackberry Pearl I can only hear if I use the head set or speaker any solutions the phone hasn't been dropped, I have taken the battery out and put it back in still cant hear unless I use handset or speaker
The same happened to me when I dropped my phone in my briefcase. It actually still had audio, as it rang when calls came in. However, the rest of the phone was useless. You will need to replace the entire unit, unfortunately.