I have successfully rooted 5 Incredibles as of today. Here is what I have been doing. Also, this is with the stock SanDisk that came with the phone. This was on a Dell Insprion E1505. Side Note: For some reason my laptop wasn't reading SD Cards since I did a fresh install 2 days ago. In that case, I had to install a Ricoh CardReader R5U230 Driver, so it could read the SD Card and Phone as Disk Drives. 1. Download this file and extract it to your desktop. http://goo.gl/mfhc 2. Move or copy the "sdk" folder to your "C:\" 3. Install HTC Sync completely. 4. Download this file and extract into the "sdk" folder from step 2. a. These are the usb drivers for most operating systems. 5. Download "Greg's Dos Shell" here. 6. Remove the battery from your phone. 7. Put the battery back in and immediately hold the optical button and the power button. 8. Wait for your computer to completely recognize and install the drivers. It should be listed in your Device Manager as "Android Bootloader Interface". It may also say Android 1.0. 9. Now press the power button to bring you to the next white screen with options. 10. Once again, wait for the computer to completely recognize and install the drivers. Check your Device Manager and this time it should say "Android ADB Interface". **Note** If ANY of the drivers are not recognized in the Device Manager, right click and select "update driver". Navigate to this folder: C:\sdk\usb_driver Once all drivers are installed and recognized continue to step 11. If not, go back to step 6. 11. Press the volume down to highlight "recovery", and press the power button. 12. Finally, wait for the computer to completely recognize and install the drivers. If there are ANY drivers in the Device Manager not recognized, choose to update them as mentioned in the "Note" above. 13. Now, remove the SD card. 14. Remove the battery. 15. Run "Greg's Dos Shell" 16. Navigate to C:\sdk\tools 17. Type: adb shell 18. Wait for it to give you an error. 19. Put the battery back in, while holding the down volume button and the power button. 20. Wait 10 seconds. 21. Type "loop" in "Greg's Dos Shell", but DO NOT press enter yet. 22. Press the volume down and highlight "recovery". **Note** These steps are critical!!! This was the exact timing that I could replicate each time with my computer. Read 23-25 a couple times so you understand the timing needed. 23. Press the power button and start counting one one-thousand (Start with 1 as you press the power button) two one-thousand, three one-thousand... etc. 24. As you hit 8 one-thousand, immediately press in the SD Card and continue counting... 25. As you get to 10 one-thousand, press enter on "Greg's Dos Shell" to start the "loop" bat. 26. It may take 5-10 seconds and you should start seeing "error: device not found" to "exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: No such file or directory (2) -" 27. Once you see this, hold the CTRL button and press "c". It will ask if you want to stop, press Y for yes. 28. If this does not work, go back to step 13 and repeat, repeat, repeat. 29. Fast forward to 5:00 minutes into this video. 30. Follow the rest as instructed.