Question about Motorola Mobility V325 Cellular Phone
Hi, I would truly appreciate any help or advice
Having looked all over for my phone on saturday morning, I was surprised when I saw it sadly staring back at me from the wet garden grass. It had been raining all night, so I quickly took it in, removed the battery and tried drying the phone out with a hairdryer. I turned on the phone and thought I had done the trick; However, the screen just stayed white.
I let it dry for the rest of the day and later thought a miracle had happened when the sonny-Ericsson logo loaded. I didn't wait for the phone to fully load though and quickly put in the sim card. I turned the phone back on, but the screen was white again.
I've tried drying the phone some more, but it hasn't seemed to work yet. I was wondering if someone had any advice on what I could do to fix it?? (Baring in mind that the phone is not under guarantee)
Same thing happened to me. I left my phone in my bag with my water bottle one day after soccer practice. Some water leaked out of the bottle onto my phone and the screen was white. A few weeks later it came back on and was good for a few months. But then one day I picked it up after I woke up and the screen was white again (nothing had gotten it wet this time, just went back to how it was) and it hasn't been normal ever since. I have to pay with my own money if I want to fix it but I'm broke and need advice too. Its been like 4 or 5 months since it got wet, Is there anything I can do?
I figured it out. I went to tons of websites before I figured it out. you need to order a new flex cable for your phone (only cost about $8 from the website I got it at, which is a lot better than paying $50 or more for a new phone) make sure it's the one that goes to your phone. Once you get it you can install it yourself, just be careful and make sure you pay attention to where it all goes, it shouldn't be too hard. I haven't gotten mine yet but I'm already positive it's going to work, tons of other people have this problem and fixed it this way.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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