I have a Samsung Galaxy S7 that got some moisture in it, which I found out when I plugged in the lightning charger that came with the device. I did the standard things to get moisture removed: shaking it and gently rubbing a Q-tip against the mouth of the charging port. I then tried again to plug in my charger, and saw that my phone was then charging, but read the lightning charger as a standard charger, with an estimated hour or so to full charge. Does this mean that there is still moisture in my port? I am leaving my phone to sit for a couple hours to stay safe but I am not sure. Any answers would be greatly appreciated.