Tip & How-To about Cell Phones
Well after a few expletives you need get the phone/device dry as fast as possible.
This should remove the moisture from the device put the battery in and all should be good in the world again. Keep in mind this can be used for any device i.e, ipods, cameras, mp3 players etc. Other suggestions would be to use those tiny silica packets found in shoe boxes etc which also meant to soak up moisture.
The last technique would be to use a hair dryer however make sure you dont overheat. Also keep it away from the touchscreen if the device has one. Good Luck!
Posted by Raj2010 on
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