Hmmm, I hope its a small Verizon glitch. I've not had much success with the Razr since I picked up my first one last Thursday. Immediately after leaving the store with the first one, it took nearly 6 hours to get one email address to work. After I finally got it working (3 hard factory wipes and a day later) I was unable to get my calendar to work. I would enter an appointment, click save and within 10 seconds, the appointment would just disappear. I spent 3 hours on the phone with tech support that night and after reaching level 3, was told to just take the phone back for a replacement. I turned it off for the weekend and yesterday morning when I turned it on, I had three appointments for every one I entered on the phone. Yeehah. I tried deleting the calendar from Google Calendar and factory resetting the phone again. This worked for about 2 hours.
I turned the phone off again in disgust.
An hour later, I turned it on only to have an uncontrolled alarm constantly ringing and it couldn't be turned off in any way, other than by turning the phone off.
Fortunately, the level 3 tech put a note in my file to replace the phone when I walked into the verizon store. I did that last night and after an hour, I had a new phone. Came home last night, set it all up and it seemed like I got what I originally wanted, a state of the art, 4G superfast phone.
Till about 3pm today when I got the SIM card authorization error.
I stopped in the Verizon store again and they were clueless....tech reseated my SIM card and said, I dunno, if it happens again, please drive 20 miles roundtrip again and we'll replace the card.
Jokingly, as I left the store, I told everyone I'd see them tomorrow.
Looks like it wasn't a joke, I have the SIM card authorization warning again.
My point here is to ask members of this forum......is this really a good phone or did I buy another "test" that's going to cost me in time and gas getting fixes from Verizon.......like when I bought the Blackberry Storm a few years ago ???
Thanks. Need some confidence.