2. TAKE OUT SIM CARD. Even if your phone is beyond repair, you should be able to retrieve most of the information–like your phone book–that’s stored on your SIM card.
3. Get rid of any heavy moisture by blowing on the phone, gently shaking it, or dabbing it away with a paper towel. Don’t use a hair dryer, oven, or any other kind of heat-intensive dryer as this could permanently fry the delicate electronics.
4. As soon as you can, completely cover the phone in a bowl or bag of uncooked rice or silica gel and leave it there for several hours. The rice will extract any remaining moisture.
5. Blow away any rice dust from the phone and replace the battery and SIM card. Hopefully, it will power on as if nothing happened.
6. If there are no signs of life, try removing the battery, and plugging it into the charger. If it powers on, then your battery needs replacing, but the phone itself is good.
If you dropped your phone in the toilet, wipe it down with disinfectant before you start the drying process. But don’t be too liberal with the cleaning fluids; the adhesives and other delicate material in the phone can be easily damaged.