Water-damaged battery/vibrator

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  1. ShivaSage
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    Hi all,

    A couple days ago I dropped my Droid Inc 2 in a pond. I fished it out and left it in uncooked rice for 24 hours, and thankfully it came back to life today. However, I've noticed that the battery depletes much quicker, and it gets noticeably hot much quicker as well. Also, the vibrator is a lot weaker. I'm wondering if you think 1) the battery problem could be fixed with a replacement battery and 2) the vibrator could be fixed by a trip to a phone repair shop. Or, should I just get a new phone? (money's pretty tight right now)

    Thanks,
    Sasha
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    I would try a new battery first and see how that works for you.
    If the phone is still under warranty just call Verizon and tell them you are having problems with your battery.
    But DO NOT tell them you dropped it in a pond.
    Or just order one from Amazon. I think last I looked they were around 12 - 15 dollars
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