I've been reading through some of the threads here and didn't really find anything that addresses this directly, so I elected to create a thread with the hopes of some sort of solution. If there IS a thread that addresses, I sincerely apologize.
Now, on to the fun... (sarcasm)
When I plug my Droid X into two different laptops (work and home), my Droid initiates a restart. I think that there could be two causes of this. Either the phone having been set to "USB Mass Storage" mode and then changed to "Charge Only" prior to disconnection and then subsequently reconnection (when the reboot occurs). I have lost data after "pulling the cable" while in "USB Mass Storage" mode, so I try to do a graceful disconnect by changing modes, which looks like causes another issue. I'm not entirely sure on this, I'm just postulating at this point.
The other potential cause that I've noticed is when I use the USB cable that's included in the Droid's packaging. The one with the green "ecomoto" tag on it. When I've plugged this in, my DroidX has rebooted.
Again, I can't say for certain whether this is a cable or setting issue.
I have read on some threads that deal with random reboots of the DroidX and had discovered some users had changed their notification sounds to something other than the default Droid sounds. So I made sure my phone was using a default notification, only to have another reboot occur.
Finally, I have downloaded and tried to run some "log capture" apps that will allow me to go back and review what happened right before the reboot/crash and only see the data after the reboot (which makes sense considering the app wasn't running prior and most logs are probably purged after reboot).
Does anyone 1) know of a solution and 2) a good crash reporting app or log that I can run in the background to record everything that's happening in the background, to discover a possible cause of these seemingly random reboots?
Thank you in advance.