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He must have removed the battery when it was dropped. This is to prevent any further damage to the phone due to internal short circuit. Remove the battery and let the unit dry for few days or store it in a warm place beside a desiccant or silica gel. The battery is drained and must be revived first. You can try using other battery so check if it's only your battery that is drained and makes the phone don't work. To revive the battery, connect its terminals to a DC power supply with voltage between 5 to 9 volts. Do this until the battery gets warm..
Your doing the right thing by removing your battery. From my experience Sony Ericsson units don't do well when liquid damaged. If the unit was recently damaged (24 hours) try to get it very hot... like hot sun or place it in the plate warmer of an oven.
If this doesn't work try ebay for an unlocked unit.
Before sending the phone away try flashing the phone. It does cost a small ammount but if it cures the problem it will cost a lot less then a new camera. I suggest wotanserver for this but make sure you read the user guide before you try anything otherwise you could easily wipe the entire phone and completely kill it.
i am having microphone problems. the person i am talking to cant hear anything as its volume is too less. when i record anything in sound recorder, the stuff is recorded but the volume is low that i cant hear anything during playback