Well, I bought a new cell phone two days ago, Motorola C650, everything was fine at first, everything worked just fine. I always played with it in my hand, spinning it with my fingers... so... Yeah, you figuered, I dropped it three times, but nothing serious, the panels didn't even get seperated. So, then, later this day (yesterday), I went with a friend to get some milk and bread from the local shop, so I kept playing with it with my hand. When we were leaving, just a step after the exit door, there was a pond, and I acicidently dropped it right there. The cell phone's panels got seperated and the battery forcefully was hooked off. The battery got kinda wet, the back-panel as well, but the front-panel and the cell phone itself didn't get really wet. Anyway when I got home, I waited a bit for the parts to dry off, and I used the hair dryer as well (on "medium", so as not to melt something inside or something). I joined all the parts together, and it seemed to work just fine. But then, after an hour or so, the buttons got crazy... I mean, either some of them weren't working, or they were leading me to another option (e.g, when I clicked "0", it led me "phone book"). The only buttons that were working properly were the joystick, the hang up/cancel button, 1234568*. I tried opening up the cell phone, seperating even the buttons pad, so I used the hair dryer on the cell phone itself (where the buttons pad used to be), and on the buttons pad as well. I even tried pressing the buttons directly using a pen, but nothing worked except for the hang up/cancel button. I hooked up everything back together, still didn't work. So now only the hang up/cancel button is working, so I can't even answer to any calls. I thought maybe it could be a software issue, but I can't "reset" the settings, because I can't get to the control panel, nothing is working. You think there's anything I could try? Please give me any advice.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by CBN2xx, 05 November 2005 - 04:55 AM.