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will the alarm stop by itself after a period of time?
I had a car once that sometimes the alarm would go off while I was driving and id have to get out, shut door, put key in door and lock and unlock the car and it would turn the alarm off, and sometimes by just starting the car will turn them off... If you cant even start the car, or anything, you will probably have to call someone....... But first I would pop the hood and disconnect the battery for.. idk 10 minutes?(certain systems in the car can actually store a temporary charge) then reconnect the battery cable and see if alarm goes off? Leave the door open and such and unlocked while doing this and possibly when you re connect the battery cable it wont be activated
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.
Try taking the batteries out ( fully disconnecting them from the gold contact points) ... then put them back in with the charger already plugged in. It should go to that blue charge screen instead of turning on. LEAVE IT ON THAT CHARGING SCREEN for at least 5-10 mins. Now, Hold down power, screen goes black... then tap power about 2 seconds after screen goes out, and it should start up as normal. If taking the battery out has no effect, I would investigate whether that (the battery... being dead/unchargeable) is the problem. I'm hoping one of the two answers gets ya where you need to go.
OH AND YOU CANNOT USE USB CHARGER TO DO THIS. IT HAS TO HAVE DIRECT FROM-THE-SOCKET POWER TO CHARGE UP THAT FIRST BIT OF COMPLETELY TAPPED CHEMICAL (ELECTRICAL) REACTIONS.