1. wyattspoppa's Avatar
    The caplocks are intentional, forgive the break in protocol but you'll see it was important.
    Do not do the new verizon update without contacting verizon first! I had one today that reset my phone every 60 seconds as long as my battery was plugged in. I thought it might be some nefarious software but after calling verizon, they immediately asked if i did the update, my new phone will be here monday, no questions asked. She even asked if i had an old phone she could activate in the meantime. Don't do what i did and start removing apps and programs or check your sd card contents etc, it's not you, the update is a phone-killer.
    If you did an update this morning and your phone is constantly resetting, don't waste your day trying to fix it, call verizon and enjoy your new phone, if you haven't installed the update, for pete's sake, don't! Back up any data you can as i've done, pull your sd card and save your photos and video, whatever apps you have on there. It's a hassle as it crashes after about 60 seconds so work fast, keep your phone plugged into your charger while you do it since the reboots drain the battery very quickly, also take breaks if you have alot of stuff so you don't overheat the unit and don't forget to pull off your screensaver, phone cover and sd card before you return it. Message me if i can help and good luck.
    The verizon tech line is 800-922-0204
    05-12-2012 08:47 PM
  2. hill834's Avatar
    I updated mine on Friday (5/11) and all seems normal. It did temporarily mess up my bluetooth pairing, but all is fine now.
    05-14-2012 01:59 PM
  3. srvctec's Avatar
    Mine updated last Thursday and is fine. A guy at work updated his as well and no problems either.
    05-14-2012 11:07 PM