Question about Sony Cell Phones
Well, what you need to do is take out the battery first of all. Second of all, you should try baking the phone in the oven on the lowest setting it has, for like 10 or 20 min and let it dry out. It may work after that. If not, have your phone provider back up your phone numbers, and then get a new phone. AND, if you dont really care, you COULD soak the phone in distilled water to cleanse it of any impurities and then heat it again to dry it out.
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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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