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Hello! My phone had absorb a low amount of humidity and my keyboard doesn't work anymore. I love my phone and there's some importants pictures I do not want to lose. My battery works low but find. I see perfectly well my "monitor". It still ringing but I cannot answer. Please suggest me something to help me to keep my lovely phone. I am almost sure that it is the VX8500 model: It looks like it. Thank you.

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