I've been having this problem since day-1 but was curious is anybody else has experienced it as well. I have a stock Motorola Droid3 (Verizon) and the LG wireless charging pad sold by Verizon as well as the wireless charging battery cover for the phone. I charge my phone overnight on my night stand next to my bed using the wireless charging pad (that is, the wireless charging pad is on the night stand, its AC adapter is plugged into a power outlet on the wall, and the phone is placed, face up, on the charging pad). During the night, my phone will act as if somebody is trying to use the phone. At times, there will be a bunch of dots showing up as if somebody has entered numbers to try to unlock my phone. Other times, the phone will have an error message on the screen stating that only emergency numbers can be dialed when the phone is locked. Last night, my phone had dialed the FAX number to one of my ICE contacts twice. Each time I got woken up by the annoying FAX sound... I fumbled for the phone, hit "end call" and turned off the screen. My concern is that one of these nights, the dang thing will dial 911 and I will be woken up by police at my front door. I spoke with Verizon Wireless tech support just now and they claim that nobody else has reported this issue. Is this true? am I the ONLY ONE experiencing this problem? Thanks for any feedback/suggestions.