Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
My motorola razr fell in the toilet. yes, i know i'm in trouble. but i've rescued it enough so that it answers calls. i will go buy a new phone and move my sim card. is there any way to rescue the "phone" info (e.g. pictures stored on the phone itself rather than on the sim card)? the keypad is no longer working, or else i would just bluetooth them to the new phone...
You might try removing the battery pack and sim card then placing it in an area of warm air flow. If the mineralization in the water in which you dropped it wasn't too high, it might recover after several days. It's worth a try and the price is right-
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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