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Yes you can call 911 with this phone (andriod optimus dynamic 2 LG36C smartphone. You can either go to the unlock screen and click emergency call or you could go to the dialing screen and dial 911. I Hope this was help to you!!
All smartphones for the last 10 years or more, have capacitive touch screens with Gorilla Glass. It's possible the water had electrolytes in it which are shorting the surface of the glass. Wash it thoroughly with distilled water several times and dry it completely, and reboot the phone.
That happened to me and my htc touch hd the other day. I tuned it off, pulled the battery out and let it dry out completely. The touch screen didn't work until a few hours later. However when water happens to an electronic device it usually will need to be replaced. Just cross your fingers and hope for the best.
I had the same problem and fixed it rather easily, the problem is that the componants are wet and need to be dried, if you send it away your warrenty will be flaud as it is wet and all they will do to fix it is pull it apart and put it in a drying machine so i advise you to wrap it in a towel and place it somewhere warm like a hot water cubboard or directly in the sun, it needs to completly dry. you could try wrapping it in a towel and use a hairdryer on a low setting to dry out the componants, remeber to stop and let it air evey now and then or you will get condensation on your screen, hope this helps
i have had this problem also but not with it getting wet. i have bought a new digitizer (touch pad which you can get of amazon by looking for a lgkc910 digitizer) i am yet to have it replaced but if it doesnt come down to that i think it have had damage to the motherbord or needs software updates
ive had a similar problem... but what i did is i looked at what the insurance does cover... since it doesnt cover water damage.. defect the phone in some way that the insurance will cover. its only if you're in desperate need. there is no way to fix water damage... but i know PLENTY of tricks to soak water out of the phone
Unfortunately, water and electronic devise don't mix. You can try placing your phone in a plastic bag with uncooked white rice and let it sit for about a week. then maybe it will dry out and you can try another battery. Your battery is almost certainly toast. Try a new battery and Pray it comes on. If not, Buy a new phone, water damage is very hard to fix.