Originally Posted by vooboo13
It's pretty common sense to let it liquids dry off of an electronic device before you turn it back on.
Nevertheless, you obviously see the consequences.
You have to be kidding with that comment, LOL classic. A the vendor should not sell a product that can ruin or possibly mlfunction a product. Thats lawsuit liable because at no point do they say LET DRY and DO NOT TURN ON. It actually say let phone sit for 12 to 24 hours, it doesnt says do not leave phone on or product my harm phone when on WARNING!!! As for the previous incident no i checked the phone before taking it from them nd everything was fine i sent texts. It might be damp around the edge and that why, if i drag my finger over it works on the touch screen but if i lift and touch it doesnt work its clearly a calibration issue, or that Stupid Zagg made it dump and now it needs to dry out maybe. Regradless ZAGG is JUNK!!!! Again i whipped down absorbed fluid with a towel and did it with the battery out!