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Heloo, my phone was dropped into the water for a few seconds. Its touch was working when in turned it off. I took the battery and Sim card out and let it dry for 4 day till now! what should i do in order to make sure that its bord is not moisturized any more?! and what are the other considerations which i should care about!?

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Put your phone in some rice (uncook) take the back off place it in a bowl with back facing down cover with rice. the rice will draw out and absorb all the moisture.

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