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MOBILE PHONE NOT DETECTING MEMORY CARD

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MOBILE PHONE NOT DETECTING MEMORY CARD

rahulwalame
I HAVE LG GU 220 MODEL PURCHASED ABOUT TWO YEARS AGO.ACCIDENTALLY IT GOT WET IN WATER AND AFTERWARDS IT SHOWS ERROR IN MEMORY CARD DETECTION.IS IT A PROBLEM OF MEMORY CARD IC OR A SOFTWARE PROBLEM.KINDLY ASSIST ME.
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    Mehul Bhai

    First of don't post in all CAPS. It amounts to SHOUTING in Internet Parlance.
    And regarding your problem take it to a repair person.

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    robo_dev

    Memory cards can get wet: there are no parts that absorb water or melt. However, if the user attempts to use the card when it was wet, it could be damaged by a short circuit (esp if it was salt water).

    The phone, too, has few components (other than the water detection sensor) that are affected by water, however water can create short circuits that destroy components if the user attempts to operate it when wet, it will cause damage. Water (especially salt water) will cause corrosion for certain internal parts (e.g. connectors, switches, ribbon cables) that typically will render the device useless.

    Note that I used BOTH UPPER and lower case letters....

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    Mehul Bhai

    First of don't post in all CAPS. It amounts to SHOUTING in Internet Parlance.
    And regarding your problem take it to a repair person.

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    robo_dev

    Memory cards can get wet: there are no parts that absorb water or melt. However, if the user attempts to use the card when it was wet, it could be damaged by a short circuit (esp if it was salt water).

    The phone, too, has few components (other than the water detection sensor) that are affected by water, however water can create short circuits that destroy components if the user attempts to operate it when wet, it will cause damage. Water (especially salt water) will cause corrosion for certain internal parts (e.g. connectors, switches, ribbon cables) that typically will render the device useless.

    Note that I used BOTH UPPER and lower case letters....