Hello all. I tried to flash my Bionic because I was on an older version and because it was taking around 8 minutes for my phone to come up from a reboot. I thought a new ROM might fix whatever it was that I had done to my phone. Now I am unable to get a new ROM to take on the phone. I was able to install this ROM: Bionic-EclipseICS-v1.1.zip BUT when I reboot it just stuck at the initial Motorola screen with the red M and never progressed past that screen. I tried to clear the cache partition but it still stuck at the initial screen. Before attempting this I used ClockworkMod to make a nandroid backup and saved it on my PC and on the external SD card., along with a Titanium Pro backup of all apps and update.zip. I would be happy to restore that again but could not get it to work. I tried to follow these instructions to get it back to stock: How to Flash Droid Bionic Back Stock | Android Advice & Tutorials but it fails on step 1/15. I tried moving the targa_cdma_targa-user-2.3.4-5.5.1_84_DBN-55-110814-Verizon-US.tar.gz file to the root of C:\ and flashing but it still fails after uncompressing it. The phone stats before I tried this were: Android version 2.3.4 System version 5.9.905.XT875.Verizon.En.Us base Kernel Version 18.104.22.168 Build 5.5.1_84_DBN_74 ERI Ver: 5 PRL Ver: 152.56 Also the phone has been hooked up to a charger all night, yet stuck on the Motorola boot screen, yet when I go to Fastboot it still says, "Battery Low, Cannot Program." How can I get it to take a charge? It was plugged into the wall all night (turned on, could not get it to turn off), yet did not charge? Thanks for any advice.