I'm pretty sure I'm to blame for what's currently going on right now with my phone, but hopefully there's a way to resolve it. Back when the unofficial christmas update came out, I rooted my phone and installed the update, things worked for a while but certain apps (e.g. Chrome) started to really drag and my battery life (which was already bad) started to really suffer. When the official update came out I followed what I thought were the correct instructions for installing it with the DRU - I went back to ICS, unrooted, and installed the JB update. Since then, every time my phone runs out of battery (which is frequent), or I turn off my phone and turn it back on, the phone will automatically boot to AP Fastboot Mode with the screen showing: The rest of the screen reads properly depending on the battery state and if it's plugged into my computer. So far, I've tried to image a stock JB rom onto my phone multiple times with the most recent version of the DRU, and with RSD Lite. As far as I know, the rom is not corrupted, but from what I can figure out from scouring the internet, some partition on my phone may be. So, how do I fix this problem? I can still boot my phone up regularly using the PWR+VOL UP+VOL DN and selecting the boot normally option. Still, this is an annoyance, and it would be nice to see if there was a fix for this problem. Also, it'd be nice to know if there's a fix for the terminally shortened battery life that seems to have started with ICS (way back when). Thanks.