My phone is restarting over and over again, never actually loading the Android OS! When it turns on, it shows the first "Acer" screen, the the 2nd one (with the robots), then the Android boot screen (and sings its little tune). At this point, one of 2 things happens: (1) it gets stuck for about 5 minutes, then reboots itself; or (2) it starts loading the OS, shows the lockscreen, and then freezes and is unresponsive until it reboots itself. It has been behaving this way for several days, regardless of whether it's charged/charging. I can not access anything. I would try using Safe Mode but I have no idea how to do it with the Liquid and I'm not finding instructions anywhere. My phone was purchased from Rogers last September, and I updated it with the official 2.2 ROM in November. It has never been rooted. Lately it has been acting up, e.g., freezing and forcing me to remove the battery, or random restarts. However, immediately before this recent looping/restarting problem, I had not made any changes! I've read some other posts talking about rebooting due to an overheated battery, but that's definitely not the problem here. I actually think the problem is related to a specific app, "Simply Lockscreen". Of course, I currently have no way to uninstall it.... Is there anything I can do short of returning it and/or doing a "clean boot"? Is there a "safe mode"?