Well, maybe you shouldn't, but I just wanted to share my success in fixing mine after dropping it in the toilet bowl. In most threads I have read on the subject, the OP has written a comical tale as to how it found its way into the toilet. Sorry to disappoint everyone but I have no such tale. I do however have a working iPhone, despite (so I have learned through reading a few of these threads) doing most of the wrong things, so I thought I'd let you all know. So, I dropped it in, (clean water thank god), plunged straight in after it to get it out, but it still must have been under for a good few seconds. I immediately dried it off and fount that it was still on, and was on the whole still functioning. I tried turning it off but it just kept re-booting. The only real flaws i could find were water under the camera lens and the speakers weren't working (and it still wouldn't turn off. I then got a hairdrier and dried the all the ports. After a while i then managed to turn it off and left it to dry overnight (didn't have any rice so it was just out in the open). Thankfully, the next day (today) everything was fine. Although I'm going to leave it off at least for today. Just wanted to share my alternative (yet successful) method of fixing a wet phone, but also ask for advice on how long to leave it off for? or if it's working can i assume it's fine? Thanks in advance guys! And btw, the phone was naked, apart from a simple rubber skin that covered the sides and back but none of the ports.