At first I thought it was my battery because I first noticed it when it shut off during my alarm but now it does it all the time: when I open it, close it, view messages, etc. Just whenever it feels like it.
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I have a droid x and keeps turning off and on randomly, I took it to Verizon and they factory reset the phone and reset the battery but it didnt fix it! so I end up getting a new one on the mail!(warranty) but the new replacement does the samething! took it to verizon store and they did the samething, except that this time, they gave me a new battery! but stil does the samething! can someone help me with this?
Poor design and I believe this requires a recall. The problem is the
fact that when the phone is closed everyone would think that all the
internal buttons become locked, WRONG I found out that all is locked
except the power button. So with the env3 all you need to do is unlock
the phone by pressing OK (how hard is that, it's the easiest button to
push), then pinch and hold down the top left corner of the phone (where
the power button exist underneath) you will notice the sound of a
button push (which is the sound of the power button underneath being
pushed) and bam, you phone turns off. It is more easy to turn your
phone off this way then to use the button in front to turn it off. Like
most of us, we don't worry about the phone in our pockets or purse, or
even in our phone case clipped on our belts and many times we found our
env3 unlocked with random numbers on it. That doesn't bother me, it
happens with cell phones, what really bothers me is the fact that the
power button internally still works when it is closed and all it takes
is for you to lean against something or have it in your pocket and
pinch that one corner and you will never know that your phone turned