Tip & How-To about Cell Phones
I have heard of putting it in a freezer, using a dryer, place it on top of your a/c unit outside to help dry it out. However the best thing that I have found is placing it in a ziploc bag of rice for 24 hrs. You will need to take any covers, holders, batteries, and any other removable parts off and place in the bag as well. This will help draw any water or condensation out of the phone. I would never recommend placing it in the freezer because of humidity and condensation reasons. I also wouldn't recommend using a dryer due to the amount of time needed to evaporate any moisture, and also not the a/c unit because you may have to disassemble your a/c to get only shards and pieces back. The a/c was a personal experience! Try the rice, we have saved 3 phones now using this tip.
Posted by texan4x4 on
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