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My HTC has been dropped in the water for a brief second but its been a long time. it worked great after that, even. fixed it with that plugging it to charger without battery and it worked. now its been a couple months and that trick isn't working this time. the white screen doesn't go away. i have tried everything!!

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First thing when any electronic equipment is in water, we need to remove its power source like battery until its completely dry. to save it from more damage to circuit. You need to get it repaired @ HTC Service center.

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