Just recently upgraded to a Droid Razr (been a long time blackberry user) and really just beginning to understand some of the features. During the initial setup I didn't handle my contacts the way I would have preferred and would like to start over. From what I can decipher, I should be able to go to Settings>Applications>Storage Use> and then chose "Contacts Storage" to completely delete my contacts via the "Clear Data" button. However, the "Clear Data" button is grayed out and unavailable. I've tried using "Force Stop" thinking that if this application currently had the data in an open state then that might be why is was unavailable. However, it doesn't appear that "Force Stop" ever actually stops the application and it certainly doesn't allow me to chose "Clear Data" afterwards. Does anyone know how I could either make the "Clear Data" button available or another method to completely remove all of my contacts? Some other info that might be helpful: Hardware: Droid Razr Android Version: 2.3.6 Contact Data Size: 31.29MB I do not want to "root" my phone at this time. If I were going to make a wild guess, I think it could be related to Backup Assistant (same idea that if an application has locked the data, it's not read/writable). However, I don't see any way in the phone to disable Backup Assistant to test this theory. Furthermore, I have disabled sync with all other contact services (facebook, linkedin, etc.) so if I can ever delete my contacts... the deletion won't propogate to my original sources. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!