I'm getting half the range, half the battery life and half the speed since the "upgrade" to ICS.
WTF is going on? It's been over 3 months.
Why am I not being charged half my monthly rate? Why has nothing been done? If it's Google's fault then Verizon should sue Google. We should not be the ones paying for their incompetence. Is there a class action law suit starting? Dropped calls and data loss have cost me many hours of frustration and lost money. Why has Verizon not communicated to us about what is going on? You call 611 and they deny the problem. Any attorneys in the house?
I call Verizon and ask to have the old operating system re-installed. They say they can't do it. Why can't they? This is the obvious solution for the short term. Mean while we need to get a rebate for lost service and productivity.
I have same problems and no they wont do anything, it's so common with new updates on android phones that didn't come with that OS like ICS and now people are talking about Jelly Bean. Wait and buy a phone with the latest OS and hopefully it will work good until they push a new OS to it and then you start all over again with problems
The solution should not be that a customer has to buy the very latest phone to have it working properly. Verizon pushed the ICS updates out to us and they are the ones that should be responsible if it doesn't work properly. I too have the less than desirable signal problem. My Droid Razr was an upgrade from my Droid X. I know for a fact that it's not my location because I got full signal bars on the Droid X and with the Razr, I'm lucky to get 2 bars and dropped calls frequently. I believe our only recourse is to continue to complain about these problems not only to Verizon's technical support department, but we also need to put the pressure on Motorola Mobility themselves.