So, I was out doing a photo shoot.. and somehow decided to get this great angle on the edge of water . . . which would have been fine, had I not mis-stepped and fallen into the water, taking my macbook air, hard drives, camera, lenses, iphone, etc with me. So... anyway, amazingly my backpack (made by booq) is weather proof or some such, and my Air was almost totally sealed from water, except what started to rise before I got out... which was as fast as I was able... and it was just fine. But my iPhone (mind you, a heavily damaged iPhone 4) was in my pocket, and it wasn't so fortunate. Same for the camera .. but I'm still drying that with some sort of hope it recovers. About two hours later, my iPhone is sitting in a bowl of rice while driving, and suddenly it must have powered on, because my car's bluetooth connected to it. The spotty reliability continued for three days .. until last night, when the battery got low enough to shut off the phone, I plugged it in and can't get it to start at all. I'm guessing a cell died or was damaged from the water .. but any ideas how to get one last sync out of the phone? I put it in the freezer (temperature seemed tp be affecting its reaction to the power cord..) and even got it to boot... except to my surprise, it booted to a welcome to iPhone screen as if it'd never been used before, and then proceeded to shut off. I don't think I've got anything on there that I havent' backed up (in terms of data within apps and such) .. but ? Any ideas? I've tried to put it into DFU mode with no success, too.