How long should I charge my replacement phone prior to using it? Should it be 24 hours or wait until it's at 100% or what?
I called Verizon about the whole 5 days thing and the guy kind of chuckled and said, yeah you have like 2 months before they'll do anything, so I figured I'd be ok if it's postmarked by 5 days. The pretty much said don't sweat it.
Well this is great (not really..sarcasm doesn't transfer online very well). I received my replacement phone. It turns out that the volume up/down buttons feel just fine, but the power button doesn't seem as raised as my bricked MAXX. It still functions, though and I don't have to press it as hard. That is not a good thing, to me. Has anyone experienced this? Should I send it back for yet another replacement? I feel like I'm given an additional 90 days, but the power button might break after 91 days.
I'm still in the process of charging it up. The power button does work when I click it, indicating how much charge I do have. I'm waiting until I'm at 100% before I try to turn it on.
Did the replacement phone come with jelly bean installed?
I would send it back man. I'm totally with you on your frustration. This is ridiculous. I'm waiting for my third phone now. As much money that Verizon has raped me of over the last 11 years, you think they could at least send a new phone. I try to keep a good attitude about the whole thing, but after 3 phones..... Come on guys.
Thank you for your opinions. I'm going to give VZ a call.
Edit: Called Verizon. They're shipping me out a replacement for my replacement. The tech told me that she had a similar problem with her iPhone and it fell out eventually. I was also told that there was a limit as to how many replacements I could get. Anyone else know anything about that?