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Yes, or no.. maybe so...
ikattarri ikattarri 36-40, F 20 Answers Feb 12, 2013 in WTK

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The rice does not absorb moisture that much. I fit did you could cook a bowl of rice by letting it sit on the counter. Take the battery out as soon as possible and leave it open to the air in a dry place such as next to a heat register or on top of tv set. Dont try to use it for a couple of days.

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I think its dead for good. Y'all want to wait and I will try it..brb.. anticipation...

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=WetPhoneRice

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I've heard that's a myth.

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Not at all. I work in a tech company and you could not even imagine how many devices end up with rice bits inside damaging them even more and are still soaking wet. <br />
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My advice: Turn it off. Let it sit. Don't turn it on. Wait at least 72 hours. AT LEAST! <br />
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Good luck!

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Yes!! It works with an iPhone anyway, personal experience.

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Maybe. but the hairdryer is more effective.

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It matters on the phone and if said phone was on or off before it dropped into the water.

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on.. and not soaked spilled on.. has a slide out KB on it.. I think that part is destroyed..

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The phone is dead. It was on so it short circuited the moment it hit the water.

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ciao ... adios.. tata... we buy a better one :)

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But try the rice trick anyway. You got nothing to lose.

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ooooo...I hope so.....

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I did that once. It worked for me.

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Wet Phone + Battery taken of + rice + lots of lucky = saved phone.

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A recipe for disaster?

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