So.... my rooted incredible entered into the evil boot loop. Not sure what exactly triggered it, but occasionally my battery would come a little loose and the phone would reboot. I did quite a bit of searching to try and fix it, but no luck. I can only load hboot, no clockworkmod recovery. Any additional suggestions or help would be awesome. A little info about my phone - Rooted HTC Incredible - Rooted using unrevoked s-off radio - 2.15.00.07.28 (was previously running a different radio, an earlier one, but flashed this radio as part of an attempted fix) hboot - .92 was running CyanogenMod7 when evil boot loop started AMOLED (non-slcd, I think?) no overclocking no kernel changes sd card is FAT32 formatted Attempted fixes - I have tried flashing a few different clockworkmod versions with PB31IMG.zip files. Most just enter the boot loop, however, one version loaded CWM for a few seconds, then entered the boot loop. I saw the green text of the clockworkmod recovery and thought I was home free. I believe that was this file (http://dougpiston.com/files/Recovery/recovery-clockwork-18.104.22.168-inc_PB31IMG.zip), or another version that was 2.x.x.x. Next attempted fix was flashing a stock build through hboot and a PB31IMG.zip. I used this build (http://dougpiston.com/files/RUU/bui...and-2.15.00.07.28-hboot-0.92.0000_PB31IMG.zip). The build installed fine through hboot and appeared to be successful, but on the post-installation reboot, the evil boot loop showed up again. I am going to try and flash a stock image using an RUU file (as summarized here How to get back to complete stock from s-off), but considering that the install appeared to be successful though PB31IMG.zip, my hopes are slim that this will work. My gut is telling me that this is a software problem, and I feel like there should be a way to wipe the whole drive and install working software, but none of my fixes seem to be working. Any suggestions are appreciated, an insurance claim is my last resort.