Hello all, I have a Samsung Galaxy Y (GT-S5360) and I have met the so called 'continuous loop boot' or alternatively said 'continuous reboot'. I am quite a techy / technology wise with computers and much more. Although, this problem beats me. I have rooted my phone as I bought it almost 2 years ago. Today, I was chatting to friends on kik messenger and suddenly my phone froze and the display went funny and was unresponsive. I waited at least a minute and still no gain / response from the phone. I tried using the menu button and also the power button (holding it down to access the so called menu which allows you to 'power-off' the phone, switch 'silent mode' ON/OFF and/or enable/disable 'flight mode'. My last resort/only option was to take the battery cover off and take the battery out. I carried this action out because it would have been stupid or just about the same if I didn't. I also tried the recovery menu (along with the 4 options it comes with) - I used the 'Clear Cache' and 'Wipe Data/Factory Reset' and still no luck. I know for a fact my phone isn't bricked as I have had PSP(s) and used to install custom firmwares on them and unbrick them. Bricked doesn't allow you to even turn or boot into the BIOS/boot up screen. I rooted my phone at least 2 months ago to allow me more features and access to my phone. I didn't even know this problem existed until I searched it. Although, the information is 1 year and a few months outdated. I haven't had much issues with the phone but this is the biggest issue I have come across. I bought the phone from a shop called 'Argos' in the UK. Link: Buy Sim Free Samsung Galaxy Y Mobile Phone - Silver at Argos.co.uk - Your Online Shop for Mobile phones. Technical phone details: Vendor/Network SIM provider: Vodafone UK (PAYG). I have a 8GB memory card (although, I have taken that out and tried booting the phone up without it). Link to the phone/website of the network provider: Samsung GALAXY Y - Buy Samsung GALAXY Y Deals on Pay As You Go with Vodafone UK | overview Many thanks / thank you in advance, BuZ!