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I have a DroidX with Android 2.2

I went into the Battery Usage settings

Settings > Battery Manager

See a fual cell looking battery image that says Touch for usage statistics, so I was like awesome let me nerd out and look at my battery usage statistics.

Then when I touch the image I get an error The application Settings (process has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again. and the only thing I can do is Force Close.

Anyone have any insight into this issue?

I tried using aLogCat to find the error log after I got it, but it won't pause so I can read anything :-/ Where can I report this bug to Google, if there isn't a fix out there already?

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It looks like it is a common bug with Droid X users and there doesn't currently seem to be a fix. See this relevant thread here.

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I actually got it to work for a few minutes after reading that thread, but then it went back to not functioning. :( Do you know how to report bugs for the Android OS? – EJC Oct 20 '10 at 15:36
There appears to be a fix coming out soon… – EJC Oct 20 '10 at 15:39
Most Android issues are listed/added here: but this seems to be a manufacturer problem, not stock Android – Bryan Denny Oct 20 '10 at 17:28
Yeah that's what I found out, I didn't realize the manufacturers basically customize Android so much, I thought it was stock Android OS... Silly me :) – EJC Oct 20 '10 at 21:05
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There appears to be a software update coming out to fix this in the "near future". The actual release date for this update was not specified... Here is the FAQ on the Motorola website...

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