Question about Cell Phones
If your phone is damaged by water, be sure you dismantle the break away pieces and submerge them in a bowl of dry rice for at least 3 days. Rice can help extract and evaporate liquids in the surrounding air.
If your phone is damaged physically or was ever dropped, it's possible that a loose connection formed within the device. Considering liquid crystal displays are made of many individual touch sensors, if your "keys" are on the touch screen. That could be why it doesn't work. Verify if that portion of the touch screen works for anything else. If it does, install a new keyboard on your phone or reinstall the existing.
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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