Hey everyone, first post on the forums. I have a story that I'd like to share with those who are interested.I've had my Infuse for about a year, rooted it a few months ago but never really installed any rooted apps or anything to that nature. (It's a long read, but I feel that this story needs to be told) A few days ago, my Infuse shut off on me. Thinking nothing of it, I turned the phone back on. "SAMSUNG" popped up, and the screen went black. "SAMSUNG" popped up yet again, and yet again, the screen went black. This cycle continued, and I knew my phone was stuck in a boot loop. I wasn't panicking...yet. So I do some looking around online, and find out the power/volume button combo to bring up the menu which allows you to reset the device. The hard reset menu will not pop up, the phone is acting as if I am pressing no buttons, and that damned screen is still alternating between "SAMSUNG" and blackness. No matter how many times I would try the volume/power combo, the phone still is boot-looping. I am now beginning to become worried, as I cannot reset my phone and it now appears to be stuck this way; or permanently bricked. Hoping maybe an ATT salesman has seen this problem, I go to the mall to visit the ATT store where I purchased the phone. At first, the salesman said the same thing I did; "Oh, it's just in a boot-loop! Here, let me try the volume/power combo for you and I'll reset the device." Nothing. The screen is still flashing between "SAMSUNG" and blackness. The ATT salesmen then informs me of bad news, that I may have bricked my phone from rooting it, as the hard reset menu, no matter how hard we try, is not showing up. He says I may be better off selling the phone for parts. Determined to figure out the problem, I take my phone to the electronics repair shop, as suggested by the ATT salesman as in a worst case scenario, "They may buy the screen off of you". So I bring my Infuse to the repair shop, and the salesman asks what he can do for me. Again, I show him the phone and he says "Boot loop. Let me try the volume/power combo". Yet again, nothing happens. He then looks at the charging port, and tells me that it is corroded and that this is my problem. First of all, I did not believe him, and second of all, feeling that there is no hope at all left for my phone, I decline shelling out a great deal of cash to fix this charging port "problem". Here is where the story takes an unreal turn. Feeling frustrated and angry, I leave the mall and head home. Thoughts racing through my mind like "I took good care of this phone! I haven't even had it a year and now it's worthless!" I pull in to my driveway, and get out of the car. I look at my Infuse one last time and, yes, still flashing "SAMSUNG". At this point, I had had enough. I took the phone in my hand and threw it onto the driveway, knowing that all hope for fixing/selling the device had been lost (I wouldn't have sold it for parts, as all of my data was still on there.) I pick the Infuse up, and angrily walk into my house, placing my wallet, keys, and Infuse down onto my table. I then look down, and the Infuse screen is lit up white with the "ATT Rethink Possible" image displayed. I am shocked. I sit in silence staring at my phone, "No way, no way, no way. This thing was bricked. This thing was broken. No WAY is it turning on!" 30 seconds later, I see my unlock pattern show up, and the phone is ON! Words cannot describe what I was feeling at that point when I looked down and saw my phone lit up and booting. Flash forward to a day later, and currently the phone is still working fine, no problems at all! I just have one question for anyone out there reading this who may have an answer; What possibly could have been wrong with there phone, where my violent toss on the driveway got the thing to boot up?