My water bottle opened in my bag tonight and water got all over my phone. I'm not sure how much of it got wet, but I don't think it was ever completely submerged. I took the phone out (it had already turned itself off) and dried it as much as I could with my shirt, then took the battery out. Then went home and put it in a bowl of rice, until I read on here that that's not the best idea, so I removed it. The water damage indicators have not turned red. I'm an idiot and don't have insurance, but I've had the phone since last April, so I believe I'm still under warranty - correct? If I do need to replace the phone, will Verizon be able to tell that there's water damage, since the indicators have not been activated? It's been about an hour and the phone already seems dry, but I'm going to leave it for at least 48 hours until I try to put the battery in and turn it back on. I don't know how I will live that long without my phone! I did read the "How to deal with a Droid that's gotten wet - The Right Way!" thread, but I'm kind of afraid to put my phone in alcohol and introduce more liquid into it, especially since it wasn't exposed to anything sticky. Does my poor little Droid have a chance?