I'm sure you've all seen these threads floating around on the forums a handful of times prior to me posting this, but the Hell with it. I've searched for useful information, only to come up empty handed. Why does the LG Optimus M (MetroPCS) freeze constantly, then reboot directly afterwards? It happens to me daily more frequently than it should (7-8 times a day). Does anyone have any decent fixes other than the ones I've tried - I'll list everything I've done. Will the impending Android 2.3 - Gingerbread - update fix or debug the frustrating issue? Should I take it back before the grace period has overlapped, which is, I think 7 days for an exchange and 30 days at a corporate office for a refurbished trade out. If I use a ROM other than the stock provided one, will my warranty or "grace period" be null and void? Things I have tried, . . in vain: Remove the SD card, re-inserting it. Reformatting the SD card. Trying to check for updates using the Mobile Support, which would not recognize my phone. Surprised? Clearing the cache on the applications. Deleting unnecessary third-party applications. Using a different browser. I won't perform a hard reset, as I'm sure that would do nothing but waste my time. If you have any suggestions, leave a comment. I don't want "try other threads," because, I have.