Question about Lands Phones
Most likely it will not work anymore. But if you are lucky, it can. Let it dry on a towel in a window sill for a day. If it doesn't work, save the SIM card memory stick (etc.) and get a new phone; or you can try again. The same thing happened to me. Three days later it worked again.
P.S. Don't get a Motorola RAZR. They break easily and get all kinds of problems.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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this might be because the water has entered in the inbuilt software of ur phone..so do one thing open ur phone as much as as u can..put it in sunlight for 2-3hrs continuously ..it will dry up all the water/moisture from ur phone and then try & if it doesnt work than u need to go to service centre.
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