So I did something really stupid. I rooted my Verizon HTC one M8(using Jcase's Sunshine-total Godsend and worth the cost!) but before running nandroid backup, or any kind of backup decided to freeze some apps. Frozen apps included: Facebook for HTC, Blinkfeed, Google News, Google Books, My Verizon???? something, one at the end of the listed apps that has weird characters and the word ?icon?, Hangouts. I think that was it. As soon as I finished the screen went black and the home & back soft keys on the phone stopped functioning properly. Now I can access recent apps screen, settings by pulling the drop down at the top, and can use the phone, text, web from the lock screen icons, and can take a pic from the lockscreen but cannot do anything once pic is taken. Here are my questions, which btw I posted over on XDA as well, How do I access TBu pro if the screen is black? What would happen if I rebooted the phone, will I lose more funcionality? If I use power and volume+ to boot and use recovery what will happen since I did not do a backup? If I attempted to remove/uninstall TBu pro what happens to the frozen apps, to my phone? Anyone, have experience with something this stupid before? Anything I can do to get functionality back and keep root/S-off? Help. Please no comments on the ignorance it took to get myself into this bind. I am fully aware.