Very unfortunate and I know it is my fault, but any advice would help at this point. I was on a kayaking trip yesterday and had my Droid inside my backup. All was good up until the point that I was getting off my kayak to go back home. Right when I stepped off, a big wave soaked my backup and when I looked inside immediately, my Droid was drenched with water (along with my camera, which is also dead).
I hadn't done any research on this before, so I did what everyone here is going to rip me for- I tried to turn the phone on to see if it was still working. Well, to keep things short, it didn't.
I got back from my trip today, did some research, figured out trying to turn the phone on was a stupid idea, and now I have my phone and camera sitting inside a bag of rice.
I haven't tried to turn it on since yesterday, but chances are it's fried. I would just like to ask for any last bit of advice you guys have on what I should do. Try turning it on tonight? Tomorrow? In 2 days? What should I tell Verizon? Be straight up or leave out the details?
And also one last question: the water damage dot next to the battery looks the same as it did when I got the phone(red pluses). Does it actually change if the phone is water damaged?
Thanks in advance for everything.