Ok, so I had to go to maps and get that running and then hit navigation from there, punch in address and force it to navigate from maps. After I had done that I could then close it, go back to the icon and then launch it from the icon. I don't know why it wouldn't work before but it's good now.
I have had the D1 and D2 before this with no similar issues before.
Something is definitely going on with navigation. My battery ran out last night and when I recharged it is telling me I'm in Seattle Wash. (I'm in CT) -- Google earth tells me I'm in CT but verizon says I'm not -- can't use the verizon settings for time either - puts me in the pacific time zone. Did a hard re-set and nothing... verizon is checking it out "and will get back to you..." Anyone else?
Does the thunderbolt suffer from the same problem as the incredible, I wonder. Where if you switch batteries or let the battery die, there is a chance something corrupts and causes a whole host of issues.
The only fix on the incredible was flashing. Factory reset did not help.