One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Unfortunately, it never works. The phone might work for a bit, but, once the metal and circuit boards are exposed to liquid, even condensation, it's gonna die. I worked for AT&T for 12 years, and they always died.But, then, that wasn't the point of the vid :D
I had an old cell phone that I revived three times from immersion, once in a toilet, once in freshwater and once in the bay. However, I did rinse the electronics with rubbing alcohol, and dried it in a laboratory drying chamber. It lasted long beyond the point it was obsolete.I have an allegedly water proof camera that leaked on the Great Barrier Reef. I got the electronics back, but the optics fogged.