Question about Samsung SPH-m510 Cell Phone
First of all, allow the phone to completely dry by removing the battery and sim card, and placing it in a warm (not too hot) location for 24 hrs. (do this ASAP)
If you're positive your phone is dry, go to settings > phone profiles, and select the 'normal' profile.
This should put your phone back into 'normal' mode. However, there is a chance the radio circuit got fried... (which means getting a new phone)
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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