My Motorola Droid Razr M phone started acting up with the battery draining within 4-5 hours. It normally lasted over a day without fail. Anyway, my son-in-law who is a Senior IT help desk guy for a large company came over and I asked him if he would replace the battery on my phone for me. He said, how do you know it's the battery? I said, shit, it only lasts for a few hours now, what else could it be? He then said to me, that it is NOT a cell phone, it's a computer that you can make and recive calls with. He then asked me what is the first thing that any help desk asks you to do whenever you have a problem with your computer? I said they always ask me to re-boot my computer and he said your phone is a computer and when was the last time I had turned it off and on? I told him I don't remember. He suggested that I try doing that before we do anything else mainly because that the easiest and cheapest thing to try. I said OK and turned it off and on and then the battery lasted for several hours without any drain. I then told him jokingly that he was an asshole for making me look so stupid, We both laughed and I was happy. He also told me that he re-boots his own phone almost every day. He went on to say that all these apps that we install sometimes have little bugs and can screw up things like battery drain etc. He again repeated, you have a small laptop that is capable of making phone calls. I just thought that I would share this with our VMB community. One more thing, he makes some big bucks and says that most of his calls for help are very simple solutions. He also went on to say that when he asks if the machine is plugged in many people either laugh or just hang up. I would say that's funny but several years ago it happened to me and I was embarrassed.