I've only had the Droid Incredible for a few days, and have already had a few minor problems.
First, the facebook app has yet to load my facebook page. It will load my "friends" but not mine. Everytime I try to view "my profile", it says no content and an error message pops up saying "an error has occurred while fetching data [null]" It has been doing it since the day I brought it home. I thought maybe it would eventually start working, but hasn't yet. It also will not load most of my photo albums, or my "friends" photo albums either.
Also, at the Verizon store, the salesman suggested I download the "advanced app killer" app, basically just to "kill" all of the open apps I have, I am assuming to save the battery. Every time I open the app to "kill" open apps, it will tell me I have about a dozen apps open, such as my gallery, a few games, slacker radio, etc, even if I haven't used or opened any of those. Perhaps, these apps open automatically, but if they do, what is the point of the "app killer" if the phone is just going to act on its own free will anyways?
The other day, my phone "freaked out". It kept sliding from the home page, to my favorites, to the empty screen at the end, back to home, and so forth. I couldn't click on anything, or get it to stop and stay at the home screen.
Yesterday, I turned it on with a notification of a new text message. I went to my messages in the phone, only to find that I couldn't open the new text message, because all of my messages had been deleted. I had not manually deleted them, nor had I selected to have the old text messages deleted when they reached any limit.
It seems the same thing has happened to my emails, although I have many emails in my account, and have sent many emails from my phone. It is only showing that I have three emails.
The GPS is also a bit off, the location it recognizes is usually close to where I am, but a few blocks off. This could be because I live in a big city, and with all the tall buildings, the signal maybe got lost in translation?
I am not what you would call extremely technologically literate, but I am not completely dense, so I can't help but to think these are "phone problems" and not just "user problems". It could be that I just happened to have been given a shotty phone with hardware problems. So I will need to exchange it for a new one. I am wondering if anyone else has had any of these problems?