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My phone was in my pocket and it got a little wet.

It won't come back on now, and I don't know how to get the back off.

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There is a tiny ledge on the back of the phone (top of the battery cover), you should be able to see a silver button inside that ledge, you just push it down and pull the battery cover off. Some people with small fingers can push it in with their fingers, if you can't try using a coin or key to push the button.

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