Help! I dropped my Droid X in the toilet for only a second or two. It was in two cases -- a bumper and a Sidekick (something like this: Amazon.com: New Fashionable Leather Pouch Protective Carrying Cell Phone Case for HTC Google Nexus One / HTC HD2 / -- It slid off my belt) and *barely* got wet. I dried everything quickly and everything seemed to be working properly.
But a short while later, I realized there was nothing wrong. I tried to make a phone call, and couldn't hear anything. The earpiece wasn't making any sound at all. After the call dropped several times without making a sound, I tried turning on the speaker, and I could hear that the call was in fact connecting -- and that there is nothing actually wrong with the speaker. Also, the keytones when I dial on the keypad no longer sound. When I try to play music or other media, no sound comes through the speaker, but when I plug in headphones, I hear it clearly. My notification tones play fine (although I did have to turn up the media volume).
What it *appears* to me is going on is that the Droid *thinks* I have headphones plugged in. I suspect some water may have gotten down in the headphone jack and confused it. I tried to suck the hole out (kind of gross, as we are talking toilet water here, but I was desperate) and did bring out a couple of drops. But the sound is still not working properly.
Is there anything I can do? Or have I screwed up my Droid?