It's a common problem: your beloved smart phone gets wet, and suddenly it's not functioning so well. Blogger Darian Cabot tried an oft-quoted trick — putting the phone in dry rice to let it absorb the moisture — and found it worked very well.
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Cabot's post is appealing in part because he freely admits that the phone got damaged after a night of drinking rather than blaming external factors, but also demonstrates that water plus phone doesn't always have to be a fatal combination. We've offered up similar hints in the past, but it's always good to see a technique used successfully.
iPhone 4: Removing water condensation from the camera [Darian Cabot]