Hello guys, I have recently bought my first android phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. On the second day I decided to root it since I needed market enabler, as my local market (UAE) has literally no apps. I rooted using the SDK tools, fastboot and superboot. Everything worked fine for 1 day. However, the next day, the phone just died on me, and would not boot at all. It kept getting stuck on the "Google" image at startup. At that point, I could still go into the bootloader. I tried locking/unlocking the bootloader again, since that basically wipes all the date on the phone, but it still refused to load, it would get stuck at the startup animation. After a few more attempts, it kept spam restarting every time I tried to switch it on. At that point, I was downloading the default ROM so I could reflash that onto the phone. However, I thought I could try using the superboot bat file again, and maybe that would fix the problem. BIG MISTAKE. As soon as I ran that file, the phone COMPLETELY died. It will not start at ALL, it will not go into Bootloader, not go into Recovery mode, and not even go into Download (odin) mode. The ONLY possible response you can get from it, is when you plug it into the PC. My PC seems to play that "detection" sound, same sound as when you plug in a USB, but it would just play that sound over and over again, as if im plugging/unplugging a device really quickly. Now the problem is since I cant get into any mode whatsoever, its a bit hard to diagnose the phone. I know there is a "recovery" slot at the bottom of the phone that is accessible with a small pin, but I dont for the life of me know how that works or what it does. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks fellas.