Originally Posted by 1992 trofeo
Nope, use air, rip the cell apart, and buy one of those 10dollar cans of compressed air and dry it out that way. (dont ask how I know
Very good advice. It'* not the water that is the problem, it'* the electrical current flowing through the water that'* the problem. Leave the thing OFF and let it dry. If you can disassemble the phone, good. If not, place in a warm and dry place for a couple of days. I do this for a living and have seen my fair share of liquid damaged phones. Some customers are very lucky to have their phones still work after such a bath.