What do you do after you drop a Smartphone in water?
bcastle 1 year ago
First you say, "$%&**#!" Ok, got that part taken care of.
I can't believe I did it, but I just dropped my Motorola Triumph in the toilet. Ugh, I thought things like that only happen to other people. So after snatching it out as quickly as I could, washing my hands like a character in an OCD documentary, and removing the battery, what else should I do? Please don't say buy a new phone, that possibility has already occurred to me. Is there anything else I can do to make it more likely that my wet little friend survives taking a swim?
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