@pccheese just to reiterate, Rice does not do anything. Nothing, Zippo, Zilch, Nada, Nichts! Keep in mind that corrosion will set in with the introduction of oxygen. If you cannot open it up, make sure it is powered down. That should be the last time you do anything with this phone. Keep the phone submerged in water. Use a Tupperware container or similar, fill it with distilled water and submerge the phone. It will also help if you can keep the temperature down to prevent any water from evaporating. So keep it in water and in a fridge if you can.
Once you have access to all the right tools to work on it, open it up and clean it. You know the routine.
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Nope, just wait and hopefully the corrosion isn't that bad. How long was it in the water?
Gigabit878 The question was hypothetical.
It was what just happened to me. I was using a water bag during my vocation, in the last day in the last sliding into the water, it pop and was filled up with water.
After leaving the phone for almost a week in a contained full of rice. I left it sitting in my new room. The air here where I moved in is really dry. After almost 20 days after the incident I finally tried to charge it.
I did charged and turned on, but all communications were malfunctioning. It was not recognizing my SIM card, and it was not connecting to a wireless network, though it was listing the network here. But the signal was weaker then it suppose to be.
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