Ok, this is a bit of a long story, so bare with me. I recently moved from NC to CA. My phone somehow broke on the plane (wouldn't boot) so I went to the Verizon Store and had them send me a replacement (got it about a week ago). Since I got the replacement, my GPS has not worked. It is unable to find me, often giving me a blue circle of two or three city blocks. Navigation doesn't work, and even after letting it sit for a while, the circle still refuses to go away. Well, I'm someone who likes my stuff to work, so I brought the phone back to the Verizon Store to try to get another replacement. Well, they tested my phone, and sure enough the gps was off. Then they tested it against all the employee's phones (all different models ranging from the X2 to the Incredible 2). Turns out all of the Android phones were off, but showing the exact same location. We then tested the phones against the display models. All of those read correctly. Two people I live with also have Android phones, and both of theirs read correctly, it appears to just be mine and the verizon employee's phones. I have since erased my google maps cache and cleared and redownloaded the AGPS data. None of these things work. Since it's not only my phone, it would appear that this is not an isolated issue. I'm not sure if it's just phones that Verizon has recently sent out, or if it's something else. Anyone else having this issue? Does anybody have any solutions?