plugging my droid x into the wall charger

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  1. wb1960

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    My phone reboots whenever I do this. I am rooted and run 2.3.320 I believe it may have started after that upgrade. How do I stop that reboot?
     
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    Doesn't do it when you plug it into a USB, but does it when you plug it into a charger. Is that correct? And are you using the Motorola charger that came with the phone?
     
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    it does not do it if I plug it into the puter via usb. Only when I use the wall charger that came with my phone
     
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    Same thing happened to me but the other way around. I plug mine into my pc and it restarts. Its a matter of one battery pull. That solved my problem. Hasnt occured to me since i did the battery pull.

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    I've done a battery pull since 340 came out and my DX will still do this. If I turn it off and then plug it in to the charger, it USED TO just turn the screen on with the battery status showing but not a full boot up. Now it will indeed fully boot up. I have to turn it off again (this is usually done when going to bed) or plug it in then turn off.

    Theoretically, I shouldn't have to turn it off at all, of course. I just do some nights.