Question about Cell Phones
It's probably because you shorted out the electronics in your cell phone. If you are lucky, you can turn it off, take out the batteryand let it dry out over night and turn it on tomorrow and hope it's not fried. Unless you have extra insurance protection on the phone, you'll be buying a replacement because water damage is not covered under normal warranties. Next time, don't text and shower...
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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