What to do after my Huawei P9 dropped in saltwater a week ago
So last April 2, 2017, my family and I went on a holiday at the beach. Little did I know that the waterproof bag we brought wasn't waterproof AT ALL. After submerging the waterproof bag in the ocean with me for approx 15-20 mins, we went back tot he cottage and cleaned up. I only remembered to open the bag after close to an hour.
Inside the bag was my Huawei P9 and Pineng 10000 mAh powerbank, both of which were connected to each other via cord (bc I was charging, real stupid of me). The Pineng didn't survive because the other port was left open and it resulted to the powerbank spewing this orange-y liquid. Luckily, my Huawei P9 survived, mainly because it's charger port was covered with the charging cable.
I figured that my phone was okay (because it opened up, again, very stupid) so I didn't clean it up again with alcohol or water, I just dropped it in a bag full of rice and that was that. Fast forward to April 12, I found out that my headphone jack wasn't working, which led me here. (Note that software is still 10/10)
I've completely lost hope with the headphone jack issue, because I can still use bluetooth earphones etc. What I want to know is, is it possible for the saltwater to damage my phone in the long run?
Is this a good question?