(UPDATED 1st post)Four touch buttons stay lit, phone freezes then reboots This issue is becoming more and more of a problem. It appears to be doing it with increased frequency. Ill hit the lock button on my phone just before i place it in my pocket, the four touch buttons almost always stay lit for either around 10-15 seconds or it reboots my phone. I'm averaging about 2 reboots a day now. It's getting really annoying. Does anyone have any tips at all on how to fix this? Has this been happening to a lot of other people? EDIT: I believe it has something to do with the amount of tasks your running, leading to almost max usage of the D2's memory. Or it could be a particular app that is causing the problem. After my phone freezes, then comes back (if it doesn't reboot), I'll post a list of apps my phone had in memory. EDIT 2: Okay my phone has frozen twice recently, both for periods of about 10 seconds. Luckily it didn't reboot, so I can list the apps currently "in memory". Alarm and Timer Amazon MP3 Backup Assistant Battery Indicator Pro Calendar City ID com.motorola.atcmd.plugin com.motorola.android.syncml.service Contacts ContactsData Data Manager Service Engadget Facebook Global Unplug Gmail Google Voice Handcent SMS Lookout Maps Market Mediashare Messages Music My Uploads My Verizon Mobile NetCounter SetCPU Settings Skype mobile SMS Backup Social Messaging Social Networking Sync Service SystemPanel (what I use for task killing now) Text Messaging Toggle Widgets Voice Commands Voicemail VZ Navigator Weather Currently have 71M available. As soon as I hit the lock button just now, it froze for about 20 seconds, when the buttons shut off I hit the lock button again and it said 79M is now available. Okay, so if its an app that is causing the problem it must be one of these. If it's not an app, it might be because of the memory being maxed out but I'm honestly not sure. If everyone could just check, after their phone freezes, and if it doesn't reboot, check to see what apps are in memory and compare them with what I have and maybe a more technical user could narrow down what they think the culprit app is.