I accidentally took my Bionic swimming, entering a pool while forgetting it was in my pocket. It has been dried but I am having troubles booting up all the way. It kept getting into a boot loop and I am trying to recover it. I've tried installing a number of updates to see if anything would work. With the latest attempt, I have successfully (to a point I guess) installed the VRZ_XT875_5.9.902XT875.Verizon.en.US_CFC_01 update using RSDLite. I wiped the whole thing before installing this one as I wasn't as concerned about my old data as I was about whether I could even get it to work again, being that I don't have the insurance. After Flashing the code listed above, it boots until I get the Welcome to Android screen with the 'touch to continue'. If I touch it, I get the standard 'please wait, this may take a few minutes' message, but whether I touch it or not within a minute it starts to reboot again. It does this over and over until I pull the battery. The only other thing to note is that the signal bars have a red circle with a diagonal bar, to me indicating that there is no signal. I'm guessing it is permanently damaged from the water, or I have really screwed it up now, and I will not be able to get it be fully functional again, but I thought I'd see if anyone here had any ideas before I gave up. Even if I couldn't get the antenna to pick up a cell signal and I need to get a new phone, I figure if I can get it to boot all the way I may be able to repurpose it as a MP3 player or something. So, any ideas of things I should try before giving up?