Aporte original por: Kalos ,
Guys, I just fixed my daughters Blackberry curve after getting wet. She dried with a hair dryer, then put it with uncooked rice for over 2 weeks. They keyboard did not work. I work in electronics. So when she brought the phone back from college, I took it apart. They keyboard buttons are covered with a solid plastic that is glued to the actual button pad. The problem is that the moisture gets trapped between the two glued layers and starts to oxidize the circuitry. What I saw was the side of the circuitry for the keyboard showing oxidation (like battery salt). When I pealed the plastic partially from the keyboard, I saw oxidation. What I did was spray with a DeOxidize spray. Then I sprayed it with a contact cleaner and protector. After assembly, all is working just fine. The only thing is we lost the adhesion between the two keyboard layers. Good luck to all. I do not promise this will work for all. but I learned that the keyboard is mostly the problem. If it did not work, you would have used it as an expensive paper weight either way.