Hi everyone, this is an article to make you aware of what to do if your phone or laptop or any electronic equipment is spilled with water. The first thing you should do is remove the power source. Remove any battery or adapter and do not attempt to connect it until the set is ABSOLUTELY DRY. Remember water alone never damage electronics. It is water + electricity that damages it. So if you are quick enough to remove the power source of the device and manage to clean it perfectly, there is 99% chance that the electronic part of the device will remain absolutely as it was before the damage. The thing that may get immediately damaged is the LCD. But if you are careful, there are ways too. There are ways by which you can disassemble the layers of the LCD and wipe them off thus drying them which will make them almost good as new. I will write that tutorial later and images will be shown too. In the unlikely event that water enters a device and power is still there there is a 50-50 chance of the device being alive or not. Perhaps you notice the spilling 5 minutes after it is done and remove power. After drying the unit, you may find performance degradation, excessive battery drain and malfunction. Well if any major IC is damaged then you are out of luck because the cost for repairing the device will be almost enough to get you a new PCB or motherboard. The thing is sometimes, ICs remain intact. The thing which happens is sediments and minerals from water leave a residue on electrolysis not to mention oxidizes the metal also. For the oxidizing part, nothing needs to be done. But for the sediment and mineral part- If you ask me, they are enough to cause malfunction as they are fair conductors. Example of damage- As you can see in the perimeter of the connector, some white stuff is there. Those are nothing but sediments and minerals of water that are enough to cause short circuits. So the thing is clean the PCB with IsoPropyl alcohol and preferably have it reheated by a hot air gun(a local repair shop can do this for you). Hope this may be of some help. All the best.