As the title suggests, I've gone and done it! This is my first post on this forum but I have read dozens if not hundreds of pages on this forum in the past. I somehow managed to break my HTC One SV and was hoping if anyone more knowledgeable than I may be able to assist? So I unlocked it, installed CWM recovery, turned S-OFF, gave it superuser and finally had the phone in perfect condition. I should have just left it alone at that point but I kept trying to improve it. My main issue was that my internal memory for app management kept saying ~3.0GB of 4.0GB consumed even though when I ran a disk check utility my amount of space consumed by apps was <1GB. So I eventually just tried everything I could think of to clear out the internal memory in case there was a rogue file eating up space. I first tried to increase the partition size from inside the ROM. Then I tried increasing the partition size from inside CWM recovery. Then I tried to wipe dalvik cache, wipe cache, factory reset/wipe data... after that was done I went into hboot and chose "clear storage". Ever since then, all I can do is look at the splash screen. I've tried loading an alternative kernel (simon's kernel), I tried flashing in the stock boot/recovery and running factory reset, I tried putting recovery back to CWM and running a restore (thanks to wetbiker7)... when I run the restore it gets stuck on restoring the /system directory. I went into advanced restore and it can restore everything else but not /system. It gives an error saying: E: format_volume: make_extf4fs failed on /dev/block/mmcblk0p33 Error while formatting /system! I've also tried running RUU and it fails as well... I get two different errors when attempting to run RUU respective to the amount of times tried. 1st error: <bootloader>zip info parsing.... FAILED <remote: 24 parsing android-info fail> 2nd error: sending 'zip' <421760 KB>... FAILED <remote: 02 data length is too large> I'm really at a loss here and not quite sure what steps to try next. Another thing I noticed was ... before when I went to adb shell and checked the /system folder with the ls or du command I could see files and directory structures... now it appears to just be blank and I can't mount /system anymore. Please help?