Of course, it didn’t become obvious until after the two-week trial period ended. Funny how that works out. A couple of days ago it started spontaneously rebooting several times a day, usually while I was using it. So I did some research. If you want a learning experience, do a search for “HTC Thunderbolt spontaneous reboot”…you don’t even have to open any of the links that come up, just scan the blurbs. Although I did find an article on Engadget from last month (ironically published almost the same day I bought my phone) stating HTC is supposed to be releasing a software update “soon” which is supposed to fix the problem. One can only hope. Right now I’m ready to throw the stupid thing in the river. I knew I should’ve gone with my original “always buy a Motorola” mantra. Every time I get a phone that is another brand something like this happens.

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