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you can take the battery and the back off the device and place in completely submerged in a bag of white rice and leave it in there for 1 to 2 days this will help absorb the moisture, this should fix it if the water did not damage the circut boards if the water damaged the circut boards then the device is fried
if the display on your screen is only half of it, it means that the theme installed in your fone is not for motorola v3x. with regards to the backlight, the connector from the lcd to the board is loose. if you can only see the white light, it means that your fone is running an application, loading or hanging up like what's happening in pc's.
i think you need to master reset your phone and put only a 256memory card. even though it is said to carry up more, just stick with the 256 memory to avoid those problems.
hi!! with regard to your problem stated it seem that you have a flex problem! if you know have to change the flex of your phone you can try purchasing on ebay. but the safest thing to do is bring your phone to a repair shop, better if you can bring it motorola service center where they can handle the repair with no problem!
I have managed to fix the problem by doing a software update.
I stumbled across the solution..........I had the phone connected to the computer when I started it in the 'boot loader' screen as opposed to just turning it on. This time the computer recognised the phone was connected and through the motorola software update program I was able to update the software and the phone now works fine.
BTW I did lose all my address book, messages etc.
To start in the boot loader screen hold down the * + # + pwr keys all at once.