My phone fell down on the beach and got slightly wet; the battery was damaged. Bough a new battery and everything seems to work just fine, except the navigation keys do not move: they do not go up, down, left or right. HELP
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Again what car are we talking about. Yes it might be. The keys normally deactivate the engine immobilizer when pressed. If the battery came out and the keys also being wet, it can be the cause for it not to work properly. Take the battery out, put the keys in the sun to dry out for an hour or so. Put back the battery correctly and try again.
no...but u can try.....but dont buy yet...OR u have to proceed to the nearest dealer to check the htc motherboard inside cos sometimes when our HTC fell into water it will wet in our HTC board....
either u can try to test with the new battery but BETTER proceed for formatting via usb with the expert
Try removing the battery, using a blow dryer to air everything out in battery compartment. If there are any tiny screws or way to open up the phone itself, open it up, and blow everything inside there too.
Let it dry out completely and then see if it will work again. My guess is no, because once the circuits get wet, they are pretty much damaged and irrepairable.
Don't have a soulution if you don't want to go to the provider. Enless the dot that is on the back behide your battery isn't red then you don't have water damage some things just happen. If it isn't i would take it in seeming you just got it.
Delicate electronic equipment deserves a delicate touch. Scrubbing with a toothbrush, Vodka and a rubber is hardly delicate.
Use a lint free cloth slightly moist with fresh water and a hint of detergent is more befitting. Be gentle and make sure all foreign matter is removed (sand or salt buildup)A very slight rub of WD40 on the contact points if they exhibit any signs of corrosion is all that's needed. WD40 is a rust penetrator, lubricant in an aerosol can Available from auto shops)Use very sparingly and ensure it's fully wiped off before putting the phone back together. In fact leave the phone for a few hours to ensure all traces of moisture have gone. Then put it all back together and hopefully work. If it does, have a drink of Vodka to celebrate.