Hello. I attempted to root my Triumph today because I've been running out of memory (a problem described in other threads). I did not write down every step, but I think I can relate the relevant ones. Forgive what might be mistakes in terminology, this is my first time trying this. 1- I successfully installed CWM 7, booted to the CWM menu, and made a backup. When I rebooted, the phone successfully started up. 2- I downloaded ES File Explorer from Google Market. 3- I downloaded Gingerbreak 1.2 from xda-developers (can't post link) 4- I connected the phone to my PC via USB and dropped that apk into the top level displayed in Windows Explorer. I disconnected the phone from the PC, then turned on USB debugging and allow unknown sources. 5- I installed Gingerbreak using ES File Explorer and ran it. I selected root, and it began the process. It rebooted the phone itself. 6- When the phone rebooted, it seemed to be ok, but I soon found out I had no connection to the Internet, even though it said my WiFi was connected. I rebooted and tried again with no success. 7- I decided to boot to CWM and restore back to before I rooted. The restore process seemed to work fine, but when I selected reboot system from the CWM menu, the phone started up by showing the Motorola Logo, but remained stuck there. It did not vibrate at all. 8- Since then, I've tried several things, including downloading the stock Triumph from a thread no this forum. The result is the same. 9- I tried factory reset several ways, same result. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling CWM. Everything I do results in the same thing: the phone starts up showing the Motorola Logo, and goes no further. The phone is still able to go into download mode. I've read it's about impossible to brick this thing, so please help me out if you can. I'll return to this thread in about 8 hours. Thanks in advance!