I own a Galaxy Nexus from Verizon that I picked up when it was first available last year. A few bugs, but not like what I am experiencing now. I saw some of this in the Known Issues thread, but does it apply here? My phone, for the past week, has been constantly rebooting itself. Non-stop. Sometimes it will reboot several times in a row. It is annoying, but was even more annoying when it rebooted itself all night, thus not sounding off my alarms in the morning so I could get up for work. The phone will sometimes freeze, and it makes no difference what I am doing with it. It will usually reboot when just sitting there doing nothing. One day, it rebooted, and I got this message that I should not turn off target, as it was downloading software. It had this Android-looking screen, this one. But the build date was Jan 24, 2012. After the first time of this, a screen it stayed on all day, it went to a blank screen. I tried re-starting it, but nothing. I removed the battery, re-started it, went to this screen again. Then blanked out, nothing. Sometimes it will reboot constantly and I remove the battery to make it stop. Sometimes it works, but then it will reboot again later in the day. When it does start up, the battery gauge is all messed up. Even though it was on full battery before, the battery will show as half full upon reboot. And then the battery goes up from there. Or it will drain immediately. I am also seeing that the battery won't charge at all when plugged in. It will continue draining. If I reboot and then plug in, or just turn it off, it will charge the battery. But very slowly. Upon one of its reboots, the phone wiped all my widgets off my screens. It kept the apps, but the widgets were gone! I removed a few apps I had installed since its last OK state, but that didn't solve the problem. The phone is not rooted, and is still on Android 4.0.4. I am sure it's done other things, but not that I can remember now. If I do remember, I will post here. Help!