Question about HTC Aria Cell Phone
One solution to try is putting the phone in a Ziploc bag along with some silica gel which absorbs moisture. It can be found for cheap online through many retailers http://www.silicagelpackets.com/silica-gel-packets is one of many options.
Other than that you can try leaving out in the sun or under a lamp and hope it dries out but without taking off the screen you don't have a whole lot of options unfortunately.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
Testimonial: "Took it apart as much as I could to dry it. Currently (since I don't have silica handy), it is turned off and in a baggie with uncooked rice. Thank u."
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