Droid 2 Global keeps restarting
I have a droid 2 that keeps restarting itself alot. It is a brand new phone, i have had it for about 3 days. I have not really installed anything on it. It will just be sitting on my desk and restart, I wont even be on it. I have done a factory reset on the thing and it is still restarting. Any ideas as to why this happens with these phones? I have seen some other people having similiar issues with this. Do i need to get it replaced? Thanks.
- 12-29-2010, 02:14 PM #2
- 4 Posts
Take it back...
My family picked up 3 new Droid 2 Global phones from Verizon a couple of days before Christmas. None of the 3 is exhibiting the behavior you described. If you haven't installed any new apps that could be causing the phone to restart, then I believe you may have gotten a defective phone. If you've only had it for 3 days, then I would definitely return it and ask for a new phone. Good luck!
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- 12-29-2010, 02:35 PM #3
- 02-16-2011, 11:19 AM #5
im having the same issue, d2g. had it power off one day and then every few days itll just restart on its own a few times a day. i called verizon they said not normal but lets do a hard reset so i did, and a week later im still having the same issue. i hate that when i get it replaced itll be a refurb though that bothers me soo much!
- 02-16-2011, 12:16 PM #6
Replace it I've had the same issue with my d2 almost since I got it have been through three. And this latest one doesn't seem as bad but it has done it alteast 7 times since I got it on a few days ago a few times not waking up for calls so im going to call soon and try to just upgrade my phone just to get rid of this. And no a third party app shouldn't cause this its all systemLoving this Oneplus one!!
- 05-05-2011, 08:53 PM #7
- 3 Posts
Is there a solution. My d2g restarts when I unlock, and sometimes while trying to dial out. Not to mention it drops my 3g and turns itself into airplane mode.
- 05-05-2011, 08:55 PM #8
- 05-08-2011, 01:12 PM #9
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i haven't found any fixes that don't need root access.Blackberry Storm 9530 (1 year)>
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Motorola Droid 2 [Rooted] (GingerBread v2.3.3 Blur v4.5.153 --> 1Ghz) (Current)[/FONT]
Next device: Samsung Galaxy S II
- 05-20-2011, 02:00 PM #10
I got my D2G last night off of eBay. The phone is brand new, everything was factory sealed so I know it was a messed up device. I called Verizon today after the random reboot issues started. The first few times I thought I had done something then realized it was the phone.
Verizon TS does not have anything in their system indicating this is an ongoing issue which I find hard to believe when its there are users on their own community site complaining about it.
I got a replacement coming, the TS agent was very nice and though I did a hard reset and it hasn't rebooted in a while I am gladly taking the replacement.
One thing to keep in mind, I was honest with Verizon about where the phone came from, that's just me. I now know that if you buy a phone new or used and it isn't from Verizon or an authorized Agent then the MFG WARRANTY IS VOID. Yup, void and its not Verizon making this call its the Mfg's telling Verizon they won't take them back.
So caveat Emptor.
- 05-23-2011, 12:45 AM #11