I have a rooted Droid X running Apex 1.3.1, which I installed quite some time ago. I was thinking of upgrading to Apex 2.0 (or something else, if you can convince me that something is "better"), and I saw that there was a new OTA update. I (stupidly?) did the "check for updates" option in the "about phone" settings menu, and now my phone is attempting to download and install an OTA update. I couldn't figure out how to cancel it, so I just turned off the cellular connection.
So, I guess my questions are:
1) Would it be problematic to let the OTA update complete?
2) If I did decide to move from Apex 1.3.1 to 2.0 or something else, do I need to go back to the stock ROM first? I've found various instructions for replacing the stock ROM, but not for upgrading from one version to another.
3) I've seen some instructions that say I should be using the Droid 2 bootstrapper/recovery app and others that say Droid X. I've already paid for the Droid X app. Are they equivalent, or do I actually need to use the Droid 2 version on my X?
For reference, my current phone info is:
System version: Version.2.3.340.MB810.Verizon.en.US
Android version: 2.2.1
Kernel version: 126.96.36.199-g55626e1