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Everytime I put my xperia v in water, water leaks into the microphone and it doesn't work properly after that! I made sure I clipped the back cover and the openings to the USB and Headphone jacks properly!
 
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Everytime I put my xperia v in water, water leaks into the microphone and it doesn't work properly after that! I made sure I clipped the back cover and the openings to the USB and Headphone jacks properly!
just blow air into microphones and speakers after you take out of water your xv this will solve the problem n my also same problem but loving my xperia v......
 
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just blow air into microphones and speakers after you take out of water your xv this will solve the problem n my also same problem but loving my xperia v......
yeah thanks I'll try that
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It's not working:/ now the microphone is not working at all, when I take a call and talk the other person can't hear at all but when I blow air the other person can hear it! Help please?
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It's not working:/ now the microphone is not working at all, when I take a call and talk the other person can't hear at all but when I blow air the other person can hear it! Help please?
now only i dipped my xv into water n all i working fine afer air blowen to microphone and speaker n other person can hear your voice when u blow air right??
so i am noob here in so have no further idea dear sorry!!!!!!!
 
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It's not working:/ now the microphone is not working at all, when I take a call and talk the other person can't hear at all but when I blow air the other person can hear it! Help please?
i am experiencing the same issue as you stated. However i have given my phone for repair today. Let's see what they say.
 
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i am experiencing the same issue as you stated. However i have given my phone for repair today. Let's see what they say.
Same here. Mine had more issues. There was some droplets forming inside the camera and then there was a white smudge in the LCD as well. I think there was some kind of a leak in mine. But those aren't there anymore, but the mic issue still prevails.

How long did you guys leave it be?

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