Originally Posted by lilcrzytimmy
any possibility of repairs?
Everything works, i just utilize the touchscreen. if i let it dry even more, would that be able to save the touchscreen?
I dont understand how water could have got in as i was literally holding the flaps down when it went underwater.
Like I said, it's the chlorine, not the water.
Of course you can get a repair. Just don't tell them you dipped it in a swimming pool (Sony's waterproofing page actually restricts usage of phone in a swimming pool).
Just tell them you got it in water and it stayed crazy.
I just realised, is glove mode enabled in settings?
This option makes the touchscreen super sensitive.
If I've ever been of any assistance, just press the THANKS button