My mom's phone was in her pocket and she forgot to take it out, when she found the phone all wet inside the washing machine, she started sobbing. It had all the pics she adored so if you guy s can help it would really be appreciated.
danielkraak said:Put it on the radiator for a very long time, like 3-4 weeks and hope for the best.
Well there's a good chance that the power button and possibly other things are fried. Never allow electrical energy to flow on a wet surface. My phone went into a pool. Let it dry for 2 days in desert heat, turned it on and the screen was still wet on the inside. Immediately turn it off and left it for another day. Screen dried and everything worked except the power button which was also the END button and I eventually replaced the phone.naved.islam14 said:I dried the battery but it still didn't fit in. So my mom bought a new battery when we turn the phone on with the new battery the screen still stays black nothing happens.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say sorry, but you're screwed. However, next time, don't turn it on. BEFORE using dry rice, do what Tanas said using distilled water. That means NO SALT WHATSOEVER. Salt water short circuits everything in your phone. In some cases, you may not even need to take the phone apart, just as long as you put the phone is distilled water for about 3-4 days (changing the water everyday) then letting it dry for another week or so.Tanas said:Your best option is to totally strip it down and clean all the parts with "distilled water" it is essential that you use distilled water nothing else will do, then leave it to completely dry out before attempting to switch it on.
Tanas said:Your best option is to totally strip it down and clean all the parts with "distilled water" it is essential that you use distilled water nothing else will do, then leave it to completely dry out before attempting to switch it on.
Deionised water was what I was going to suggest too; my father dropped his phone in cola or something like that, and it was alright after putting it in the water. We have plenty to hand, which is convenient. After all, water itself doesn't cause the trouble, but the impurities in it that tend to cause problems.
QUOTE(Rydian @ Nov 24 2010, 03:51 AM) DRY, UNCOOKED rice.