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    Mr. Maximan1 maximan1's Avatar
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    I went swimming

    With a razr phone.
    It's not gonna serviev
    I'm getting an ericson instead

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    How many phones is this that you've broken?

    You're harder on phones then I am, and thats difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximan1 View Post
    With a razr phone.
    It's not gonna serviev
    I'm getting an ericson instead
    It will probably be fine. Take the battery out, shake the water out, then store it somewhere dry and warm for a few days. like on a small cloth sitting on top of your computer monitor, or in a window that gets a lot of sunlight.

    I bought a water-destroyed Motorola E815 on eBay so that I could get the cheap plastic parts off of it to replace the beat-up antenna and battery door on my own phone. When the person put it up for sale, it would not turn on. When I got it, it almost worked but the screen didn't light up. A few days later, the screen started working too. Just let it dry out.

    Oh yeah, and don't swim with phones in your pocket. Jeez.
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    +Unless of course, they are Milspec rated and ruggedized!
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    Of course. I'd bet max could still break it, though. He has a knack for stuff like that.
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    Shut up *Punches fist through screen*
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    Hey guyz? Guyz? Wait up!! Siu Blue Wind's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by maximan1 View Post
    With a razr phone.
    It's not gonna serviev
    I'm getting an ericson instead
    The Ericson probably won't like swimming that much either.

    That being said, I have lost two pair of glasses in the Atlantic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ax0n View Post
    Of course. I'd bet max could still break it, though. He has a knack for stuff like that.
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