PROBLEM When I go into my recovery mode, it brings up CWM-based Recovery v220.127.116.11. The text is all orange (I'm used to green on my past Droids, so not sure if this is a problem or not). I can move up and down with the volume buttons within the menu. However, I cannot actually do anything. When I try to select /anything/, no matter which button I've tried using to select, or any option whatsoever in the menu, it gives me the ClockWorkMod hat icon with the orange arrow. Nothing else. It'll sit there forever. WORKAROUND I have to pull the battery to get it to boot. The phone works fine. All functions seem functional. I also have functioning root/superuser. BACKGROUND Phone: LG Optimus V through Virgin Mobile. I am trying to flash it to CyanogenMod. I used the SuperOneClick method. Did the manual root option and it told did all the work for me except for hitting a key in the DOS screen every once in a while. On the second reboot, it stated it would boot into recovery and then I should choose a specific zip to run. This is where the problem became apparent. Since I can no longer choose any of the options, I went a different method. I used the Gingrerbreak.apk method. This worked. After this, I had root. (I did not have root after the SuperOneClick.) SOLUTION Can anyone help? This is where I'm at right now. Can't flash without a working recovery menu. Not sure how to re-install a recovery menu though.