I dropped my cellphone in the toilet for 1 second. I took the battery out and dried the phone thoroughly for a couple of days. I took it apart and see that there is some corrosion inside but the phone still functions just fine except that the battery won't take charge.
I tried putting in a new full battery in the phone and it still won't charge but the phone recognizes that the battery is full.
I'm getting a cradle for the phone that can charge the battery outside the phone.
Anyone have experience with wet cell phones? Specifically, will the phone deteriorate further now that it's dry? If it stays as is I'm ok with it.
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I used to be a seasonal 'tute for Verizon Wireless (gag) and customers told me some of their tips and tricks for wet cell phones.
One person swore by dismantling the phone (there are websites to show you how to do this) and putting it in the refrigerator for a day. Another dismantled his phone and put it in the oven (really low). I think both are supposed to help dry it out.
When I got my phone wet, I got it replaced through insurance, so I don't really know if these tricks work from personal experience. Sorry
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