Fell in the sink for a split second. Fine for the first few minutes, then displayed a window that said it wouldn't charge (or something). I plugged it into a charger and it displayed a strange window: white with a bar running through the middle with an exclamation point in a circle. An hour later when I unplugged it, it looked like it was booting up, but then shut down because of zero battery charge.
I would definately let it dry out fully. Take the battery out and take it apart as much as you can and place in front of a fan (probably overnight). If there was water in the phone when you plugged it in it could permanently damage the phone. Even though the outside is dry, there could still be some water inside. I once had a remote control in a swimming pool overnight and followed these instructions and it worked fine after a couple days of drying. Hope this helps!
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It might work again if you're able to open up anything that you can open up... and allow to sit in a warm, dry place for a few hours. If you're able, it might help in drying to remove the battery. As you're trying to dry it out, you might want to turn it so that the keys are down. Maybe some moisture will drop out of it. It's an "iffy" deal. Might work... or might not...
The charge adapter maybe faulty. If your cell phone is a few months old, then it would be still under warranty. Take it back to the place where you purchased it and have it repaired or replaced under warranty.
A battery function requiring power charge. Provide the phone a full system charge about 45 minutes should store original phone capacity to handly entire functionality pass the power on a few seconds display mode. check on the phone saver or background display and lightening settings. Power saver features could cause the phone to power to sleep mode when not in use. an extensive setting of power saver screen display only a few second soon after the phone is powered on could be distracting to user experince, especially when least recogision of the phone is made by owner
keep your phone on the heater for a few days .I had the same problem with my e65 but worse.it was in the washing machine and i found the phone soaking wet.so straight away i got a dry towel and wiped it and left it for a few days.3 days later it was working fine.
so why don't you try it ,it worked for me so hopefully it works for you
I dropped a phone in the toilet once, a T-mobile phone. it took a couple of days for it to dry out completely. Then I snapped it back together, and it was fine. Being that yours just got wet, and not immersed is different though, so you may want to take it into T-mobile and see if they can check it out for you because then you will know for sure what is going on. Good luck.