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Support DI reboots instead of powering off

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by RustyNail, May 15, 2010.

  1. RustyNail

    RustyNail Well-Known Member
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    It seems that I am unable to fully power off my DI. Here's what I'm doing:
    1. Hold down the power button until the popup menu appears
    2. Select "Power off"
    3. Select "OK"
    The phone then says its shutting down. The screen goes black for about 5 secs, then it powers back up and goes through the boot process.

    Any ideas?
     

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  2. Mr.Slave

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    Is it plugged into the charger?
     
  3. RustyNail

    RustyNail Well-Known Member
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    No, it's not charging at the time.
     
  4. necosino

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    battery pull time if it does it twice.
     
  5. RustyNail

    RustyNail Well-Known Member
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    Ok. What do you expect that to accomplish?

    EDIT: Done. Problem still exists.
     
  6. RustyNail

    RustyNail Well-Known Member
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    I performed a hard reset and the issue still exists.

    Does this indicate a hardware issue?
     
  7. INTREPID-NY

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    Yes. I'm sorry to say it's broken. You'll need to exchange it.
     
  8. RustyNail

    RustyNail Well-Known Member
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    How does the exchange process work? Do I just need to wait until the VZN store has it instock?
     
  9. INTREPID-NY

    INTREPID-NY Well-Known Member
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    You must call or go to a Verizon store and tell them your Droid is broken within 30 days of purchase. They will place a replacement order for you. When it comes in they will either ship it (online) or you can go pick it up at the store. In the meantime, they can reactivate your old phone if you so desire.
     
  10. RustyNail

    RustyNail Well-Known Member
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    Thanks. I bought the phone @ BB, so I went by there yesterday and spoke with the rep. She said they will swap it out with a new phone when they receive their next shipment.
     

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