Stuck in "general mobile" screen.


So this is what happened.
I live in the Netherlands and as you may know it rains a LOT here.
I was departing from home with my bike and my phone in one of my pockets (pants).
It started to rain like ballocks and I looked at my phone and It was kind of foggy, little drips
So when I arrived at school I immediatly dryed of my phone and tried to boot it.
Now my phone was not charged and when I booted it the general mobile screen came (When it's not charged it always has a little energy to do that) and then it said "No command" With the android bot picture laying on the ground with the warning sign. So when I tried to reboot it down by pressing the powerbutton and the volume up it rebooted. But it rebooted like ten thousand times. And now my phone is just saying "General mobile" already for half an hour.

Any help please


First thing to do if you suspect the phone is wet is disconnect the power, like pull the battery, and then take steps to thoroughly dry it out, like a week or so in uncooked rice, in a warm place.

But quite frankly from what you're describing it's too late and the damage already done, i.e. it's fried.