OMG...my razr got dropped in water...now noting....sigh

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  1. hbwooten

    hbwooten New Member

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    Anything can be done?
     
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    just let it sit for a couple days. I've heard of phones coming back to life after sitting. You can seal it in a bag of dry rice as well but letting it sit will do just the same. Sorry to hear this, it's a drag. Hopefully it will come back alive.
     
  3. smokiedabong

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    Take it back to the store , it has a Moses technology malfunction . It should've repel the water .
     
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    Ye, I could've swore it was claimed to have that coating. Dropped my og face first in a puddle last night, acted funny at first, then 15 mins later worked perfectly fine;)

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    Its splash resistant. Not water proof.

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    Submerge in rice/desicant. do not turn on for awhile. Hope.
     
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    I accidently dropped my blackberry into my glass a few years ago. You have to get the battery out immediately. leave the back off the phone and put the phone in a bag of uncooked rice. The rice will absorb the water from the phone. Cover the phone and let it sit in the bag for at least 48 hours. I left my phone in the bag for two days and was able to get it to work again. I hope this works for you.
    Laure

     
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    Dropped my Droid x in the toilet last week. Took the battery out let it sit for a few days. In the mean time I used my upgrade to get the Razr. I drive for fedex couldn't be without a phone! My Droid x comes back on now everything on works fine except the camera is gone to hell now.

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    Hopefully nothing was in the toilet :blink:
     
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    Nope just water. Lol

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    Well you can forget the"take the battery out" step... Which honestly is the most important step.. sorry to hear that man...

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  12. Sydman

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    Yeah that is a problem with not being able to take the battery out, you put back in the chance of something getting an electrical current and frying the phone.
     
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