Followed the instructions here, and bricked the phone. Now I have the HTC EVO 4G white screen. I can't connect to the phone to see the SD card.On my sd card I currently have the following: -- A stock recovery image from step #2: D. Use a program called "Root Explorer" or another file browser to transfer the file (/cache/OTA_Supersonic_3.26.651.6-1.47.651.1_releasexxxxxxxxxxxx.zip) to the SD Card. E. From your computer create stock recovery installer by extracting the OTA zip onto your computer, extract the zip inside of the OTA zip called firmware.zip. Then add the files android-info.txt and recovery.img from the firmware.zip to a zip file called PC36IMG.zip. This file is now called pc36img-1.zip. (yeah, I know, lowercase). -- Another PC36IMG.ZIP file from step#5 A. Once your phone has finished loading up with the new update, you will probably want to root your phone with a recovery such as "ClockworkMod" (http://downloads.unrevoked.com/forever/recovery/clockworkmod/PC36IMG.ZIP). B. Place the on your SDcard to replace the one you used before (make a backup of the previous one if you wish to replace the recovery back to stock after rooting). -- The superuser image from step #6 A. Now you will want to "root" your phone by using Superuser 2.3.1 [APP] Superuser 2.3.1 - Big bugfixes [2010-08-11] - xda-developers. -- and the froyo 2.2 OTA zip I can get into the boot loader, but regardless of the Select the "install zip from sdcard" then "choose zip from sdcard" image of PC36img.zip i use, I still get the white HTC screen and nothing more. I did successfully apply the OTA, the phone came up fine, the directions seemed to work fine, and the only hiccup I had was that after completing all the steps up to the (optional) #7, the phone went straight to the boot loader after step 6's reboot without my forcing it to. Now I can see the phone when I plug it into my PC, but can't get to the sd card, so can't get at the image files, add more, replace, etc. Any suggestions?