That's what I wound up doing - new phone should arrive tomorrow. I'm hoping the new one works ok. This is about my 5th phone since I first jumped into smartphones in January - long and ridiculous story. Includes a T-Mobile phone that would drop off the 3G Network everytime I drove to my local coffee shop and I had to reboot each time to recover, and a DX with a bad audio jack.
Why do they knowingly sell phones with these problem?
Anyway, since the ATK autokill didn't resolve the problem (remember, it was just an EXPERIMENT), I turned off that feature..
Just to be clear - you're saying that all the victims of this defect reporting on this forum who returned the phone for a replacement were relieved of that problem with the replacement? You also said that problem went away - was it replaced with a different problem?