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It amuses me that people respond to posts by saying "I never had [that problem]" as if to deny that the problem doesn't exist.
Originally Posted by treotraveler
Simply put, the problem exists on my phone. Whether the buttons are being hit at the same time, whether I need to put a piece of tape in my holster, or whether turning the ignition sends a jolt of subthreshold electrical charge through my body and magically causes a reboot is irrelevant.
The phone simply reboots. I have duplicated this nearly every time I have sat down in my car and have found it happens at other times when I sit down. I have now realized that the volume down button is stickier compared to the volume up button and that the phone is not snug in the leather holster. When I have my Seido case on, this does not happen. Clearly it is case-button related. It happened with stock-SRF-ACE installed. Changing the orientation of the phone didn't change anything.
Either way, I figured it out.
Thanks for the responses, even the "mine doesn't do that" ones.
BTW, I posted the first question, not Keith.