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Old June 28th, 2011, 05:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default random rebooting/shut off

My droid x2 is randomly shutting off and rebooting when im listening to music and have the screen turned off. anyone else having this issue?

i rooted my phone with gingerbreak and froze bloatwares with titanium backup. Didnt install any rom.

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Old June 29th, 2011, 07:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The reboots seem to have no correlation. They happened to me when browsing, playing media, playing Flash and even when downloading from the market.

DX2 firmware seems borked. For those reporting no issues- great, but for those having issues best to return the DX2 and wait to see if an update fixes the problems.

People should not have to root and mod a new device- just to get it to work normal (or close to it).

Sending Moto and VZW a message through returning the device is the most powerful form of customer feedback- even when they do not listen.
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Sorry to reboot an old thread but this is happening to me on a tablet when I shut it down sometimes (instead of going off it reboots); not sure if it's something I've done or installed; have been putting a few things on it as I've only had it a few days. It's Android 2.2.

Perhaps this is normal?

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P.S. Only things I've installed recently are Opera mini (far better than the one that came pre-installed), FB reader, BeamReader and Aldiko.
Are any of these known to cause problems?
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