Hi all, I've been having an off-and-on issue with the stock alarm on my HTC One V. Let me explain. I have 3 alarms set in the morning: 4:15am, 4:25am, and 5:15am. The 4:15 alarm is my main alarm, but I know I won't actually get out of bed until 4:25 (hence the second alarm). The 5:15 alarm is a backup in case I turn off the first two alarms, and is the latest I can wake up. I go to bed around 10pm, with a fully-charged phone. I press the power button once to turn the screen off, after double- and triple-checking that all of the alarms are set. And here comes the problem: the alarms NEVER GO OFF. Not even one of them! This is a new problem -- during the first month or two of having the phone the alarms worked perfectly. Now, I have started using a standard alarm clock, set to 4:30am. When that goes off, I press the power button once on my phone, wait 2-3 seconds, and the 4:15 and 4:25 alarms begin to go off. This happens with the stock alarm as well as "Alarm Clock Xtreme Free" and "Alarm Clock Plus". I am beginning to think that my phone is going into "too deep" of a sleep mode. If the screen is off for a long period of time (more than 2 hours), the phone does not seem to update the time. For example, I turned the screen off at 7:01am this morning. At 9:30am, I turned the screen back on and noticed that for 2-3 seconds the clock still said 7:01am. Then it "woke up" and "refreshed" itself and the time switched to 9:30am. I don't think this is how the phone is supposed to function... right? Someone please tell me you have had this problem and know of a fix. I hate the BEEP-BEEP-BEEP of traditional alarms (it is terrifying to wake up to that noise) and I can't wake up to music, so the alarm on my phone is the best option. My last two phones (a Motorola Razr (the original pink flip one) from Verizon, and an LG Chocolate Touch from Verizon) had no problems with their alarms and I relied solely on those for years and years. Thanks in advance for all of your help. I'm confident that SOMEONE can figure this out. -Christina Oh also -- I'm not sure if this problem coincided with the download/installation of the Android 4.0.3 software update. I am now running Software Version 1.08.652.11 710RD -- this update was supposed to fix the battery-indicator issue that was present on some phones, including mine. It seems that the software update fixed that problem.