I posted on here a month or two ago and didn't get any replies, and I haven't seen any solutions for the boot loop issue that comes up when the charger is plugged in or unplugged. I've found that when I apply pressure to the phone while plugging/unplugging the charger, in such a way that it's like I'm trying to bend the phone in half horizontally where the screen would cave down into a "V", applying more pressure on the charger (lower) end than the upper, the phone often does not reboot. When it does reboot, I bend it the same way and it usually only stays on the white MyTouch screen once, but no more than twice. Once you see the orange light come on and/or the charge icon go to green with the bolt, or once you see the light and icon disappear, you're good to go. Believe me, I know this is a really rigged way to do this, but the cell phone repair store couldn't fix the problem and I don't want to shell out a bunch for a new one. So yeah, if you have the reboot issue with the charger, try this!