Question about Sanyo MM-8300
First, you need to remove the battery and any flash cards, then you need to dry the phone (NOT WITH A HAIRDRIER!). To dry the phone, you should bury it in a bowl full of those moisture-absorbant "do not eat" packs that come with shoes or other purchases. However, these are often not available. Instead, use plain white rice (dry) to bury your phone in a bowl. Leave it for 1-2 weeks (the longer the better, up to a month) and one last thing, if it was removed from soapy water, as odd as it sounds, it should be fully rinsed in clean cold tap water. If it still won't work after all that, you could try a data-retrival place (if you can pay for it!). Hope this helps, WolfIan.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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