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I dropped my phone in water but icked it up right

I dropped my phone in water but i picked it up right away and dried it now that i turned it back oon it say emergency download..what do i do

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  • ghetto_booz Jan 02, 2010

    omg i have never tryed that..well i got my phone to turn on...but if my phones die it wont turn on it will say emergency if i still do that will it still work??



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Remove the battery and immerse both the phone and the battery in dry uncooked rice for three days. This is the only cheap way to dry everything out. After the three days put the battery back in the phone and it should be OK

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