I was having trouble with my Incredible (running 2.3.4) so I decided to try a factory reset. Thought I might want to back it up first, so I rooted using Unrevoked and installed Titanium Backup. (Rooted as described in the great sticky thread in this forum... sorry, it won't let me post a link as a new user.) So I did the reset, only now things are worse than before, with constant force closes and apps disappearing at will. The phone is no longer rooted and I cannot get it to root again. Unrevoked hangs on "Waiting for system to settle," which I assume is a whole different issue, but one that I don't really care about because I don't want to root again unless I have to. I'm still under Verizon warranty and thinking the best thing I can do is just take the phone back and get a new one, since there seems to be something seriously wrong with this one. The only problem is, Titanium Backup is still installed after NUMEROUS factory resets/clear storages/etc., which I assume is a red flag. When I try to uninstall it, most of the time, the uninstaller force closes and does nothing, but when it does uninstall, the program comes back after a reboot. And it always comes back after a factory reset. So what do I do? I'm guessing it's installed itself in the system partition, but how do I get it out of there? Do I have to have root to do it? I can't figure out how to get my system rooted again, because Unrevoked isn't working. My phone force closes almost any program I try to run, so I have to do something or I've got a glorified brick. Help!