I have an HTC Sensation 4g for T-mobile. I was running Cyanogenmod 7 (update-cm-7.1.0-SelfKANG10-Sensation-signed). I wanted ICS so I restored to my backup and factory reset. I could not update to ICS because my phone was rooted S-OFF. I decided to try Android Revolution HD. I read everything on the home page. I followed the instructions and attempted to update firmware. This was not successful. It is now stuck in a boot loop. When I enter the bootloader, it does not wait for me to make any selections and gives me the following error: HBOOT - SD Checking... Loading...[PG58DIAG.zip] No image! Loading... [PG58DIAG.nbh] No image or wrong image! Loading...[PG58IMG.zip] Then, HBOOT CID incorrect! Update Fail! Press <power> to reboot. When I remove the SD card, I can enter Clockwork Recovery. From there I reinserted the sd card and attempted to update the firmware. This was unsuccessful. After this did not work, I used Clockwork to run the SUPER_WIPE and this completed successfully. I installed Android_Revolution_HD-Sensation_6.6.5_XE using Clockwork. Then it would boot, but after it made it to the unlock screen and I unlocked it, it would freeze and restart. I am hoping to return this phone to some working order. Thanks for the assistance.