I was sitting in the very seat that I am now, with my trusty Motorola Droid hooked up to the very computer I am typing on now. My phone was plugged in to the computer (in USB Storage mode) and somehow it got knocked off the desk. When it landed, I thought everything was fine and picked it back up again. A few minutes ago, I realized my Droid was not charging! The socket where the connector plugs in was widened a bit during the fall, and this messed the pins up. I have tried plugging it in to my wall charger, and I have to really work it to get the light to come on to say it's charging. It doesn't stay when I put it down though. The plug actually fits much better when I turned it upside down and plug it into the Droid...however this causes an immediate reboot as I literally just discovered. Will something like this make my phone eligible for a replacement/Warranty? And I think I'm kind of screwed...my phone can't recognize USB Storage mode when it does recognize the computer plug (for about a second)...and I am rooted. I need to unroot before I go in and talk to Verizon. I'm just looking for some veteran's opinions on this; what I should do, any potential fixes, etc. I appreciate it.