Question about Samsung SPH-M300 Cellular Phone
Phone got wet service is offline mode stays on searching
Posted by Anonymous on
You can try a couple of things to try and save it. Phones do not like water. If you are mechanically inclined, take the phones rear cover and front covers off. Take the internal parts and put them on the dash of your car all afternoon. If you cant take apart try this or you can put the phone in the oven (no joke) at a real low setting for a while. You don't have much time to dry it out before it gets corroded so do this right away. If it doesn't work you can always trade it in for another phone.
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