Last night, I set my Droid X2's alarm to wake me up very early. So this morning, its alarm did not fail me. However, being the sleep lover I am, I snoozed it twice. The second time, I was half asleep and just remembered me press the Home button and tap the screen anywhere (that's the snooze). Before I go on, I set my phone far away from my bed, on my computer desk, where it charges. When its first alarm rang, I had to get up, unplug it from the charger and carry it with me to my night stand, near my bed. So, after I woke up from my second alarm clock (other than my phone's), I usually check my phone for messages. However, it did not want to turn on. I pushed and held the hold and home button (not simultaneously) and it still did not turn on. I even removed and replaced the battery, and it did not turn on. I was then forced to charge it, and this is the interesting part: It first re-booted with the normal screen animations, and I left to get something. When I came back, its status LED (not the camera flash) was a steady amber color. What does that mean? And then the plot thickens. I pushed the home button and it turned off. I pushed again, it re-re-booted, with the normal animations again, and its battery indicator was as if the battery is fully dead. What the hell happened? After just two alarm clock rings and a full nights charge, don't tell me the alarm entirely killed the battery (its charge indicator was showing in the red). So what happened? Stock Android 2.3.3, Not Rooted.