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3rd July 2014, 05:36 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by lilcrzytimmy

So i took my phone to the pool dip it in the water for a bit and made sure that the flaps were closed and sealed. After a couple hours of the pool, my phones screen started to go haywire like it thinks someone is touching the phone. i can't enter my password or do anything. I placed in rice for half a day and left it in an oven at about 100 degree F for about 10 minutes to dry out anything if it was to have any water and the screen acts the same. The water indicator has not been set off.

I live in the USA so sonyw arrant support would be of no use. any suggestion?

Usually drying the screen should fix it.

The problem with swimming pools are that they have chlorine in them. Sony only advertises waterproofing for fresh water. The chlorine may have reacted with something, making the touchscreen go completely nuts for this extensive period of time.

I would've avoided the oven if I were you.

Try the forum community. There are some experts there that may be able to help with your issue. Make sure to provide all details.
http://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Xperia-Z2/bd-p/xperia_z2