My Droid 2 Global is fairly new, less than a month old. I do not have a warranty on it. (but doesn't it automatically come with a 90 if-your-phone-stops-working-and-its-not-your-fault-we'll-fix-it warranty?) Anyways, I was charging the phone and forgot that it was on. Hadn't been plugged in more than thirty seconds though and battery was not overheated. I was getting ready to turn it off and I notice that its charging icon showed that it wasn't plugged in. I checked everything and it was indeed, fully plugged in. All of a sudden the screen freezes and all buttons stop working. It has done this countless times before off the charger, so I took out the battery, blew on it, put it in and tried to turn it back on. No luck. Then I thought maybe the battery needs to be charged. I tried plugging it in and it was as if the phone wouldn't register at all. I let it sit all night, tried it again the next morning. No luck. Tried the USB charger, nothing. My phone had been acting funny since I got it. It would often lag and not register simple things. Sometimes it wouldn't wake up from sleep mode until I turned it off and let it sit. I never had many things running at once, but that's one of the features of the Android : to run many apps at once. I've always taken care of this phone like a kid, no dropping, no unsafe apps or website viewing, always with me, etc. What should I do? P.S. My phone never came with the official owner's manual, so if there is an easy fix to this I wouldn't know. P.P.S. My phone is not rooted.