OK I know the phone is dead...and I am buying a new one. However the keypad does light up. Can I somehow get the numbers that I did not save to my SIM card? I dont want to pay 75 bucks to fix the phone just to get the numbers out of it. Can I buy some type of software to get the contacts stored in my phone???
Oooh doesnt sound too good! but my phone got a bit wet and stuffed up quite a bit so last night im my room on the shelf, i took out my sim card, battery, back cover and left it open to get some fresh air. and now it works fine:) goodluck you might want to try that but yours was alot wetter than mine!
Motorola has a program call phone tools that you can install in your computer and connect your phone to it. The software will copy the info from your phone and it will also load your contact information from outlook into your phone. Not sure if your phone will connect after it's been dropped in the toilet though. BTW: I bougt the program off of Amazon for about 8.00.
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If your Uniden base station is still working, I would recommend just buying another Uniden
cordless phone unit. The new phone will probably have to be registered to the new base by way of
the menu screen on the new phone. If you have any problems, look through your Uniden User's
Guide for help or call Uniden Customer Service at 817-858-2929 or 800-297-1023.
The Uniden website is www.uniden.com
Let me know how this works for you by providing some feedback.
OK, sorry to inform you, that, once the circuit board of the phone is broken, it will cost you more to repair this phone, tha rather just buying a new phone. I know the warranty on this phone does not cover water damage.
Sorry, i know this is not what you wanted to hear, but, i will rather be honest and safe you some money, than let you pay a lot of money to repair this current phone.
You might try removing the battery pack and sim card then placing it in an area of warm air flow.
If the mineralization in the water in which you dropped it wasn't too high, it might recover after several days.
It's worth a try and the price is right-
Sounds like it is broken beyond repair. Really only 3 things to try...
1) Remove and replace the battery to see if it somehow resets the electronics. (longshot)
2) Try smacking the phone gently at first and successively harder each time checking to see if it is working again. Doing this might jiggle a loose connection back into place. (again longshot)
3) Butter mom up with a nice card and flowers and tell her that she's the best mom in the world. Then when she's feeling good spring the dead phone on her and tell her all about the new cool iphone that's out.
you have a software problem. take your phone for flashing. but if there was water damage, then the phone might be dead. flashing the phone replaces the phone's firmware with new firmware, making the phone brand new
Sounds like it is done for, yes. I know a way to save electronics if they are dumped in water, but it requires to fill it with water replacing fluids. Putting it in pure alcohol right away (remove battery first) might save it, as ir should replace the water and then evaporate completey when you take it out.
Some contacts have probably corroded in your phone, so unless you are (or know) a repairman of electronics you'll probably need a new phone. :-/