Stuck on boot (Samsung Galaxy S4 Splash)
I have had my S4 (SCH I545) rooted for at least a year now, and today while I was walking down a sidewalk to my house I felt my phone vibrate. Thinking I received a message, I pulled it out, and was greeted by the white "Samsung Galaxy S4" boot splash. 5 minutes before, I was using my phone normally. Battery was on at least 50%. Since then, I have been completely unable to boot up my phone. I can only turn it off by removing the battery - it is completely frozen. Booting into (TeamWin) recovery works, and I backed up my phone to an SD card before completely wiping it. Even after the wipe I am still stuck on the splash screen. Again, I was not attempting to change anything, only using the phone normally. Nothing OS-related on my phone has changed since I rooted it a year ago. Have never even updated .Any ideas? I've been looking for hours.
EDIT: Plugging the phone into either an outlet or a computer will cause it to freeze on a picture of an empty battery with a (non-moving) loading circle. It is still completely unable to be interfaced with in any way (Other than recovery booting).