To start with, I'm not really a "phone" guy. Meaning that I'm not savvy or terribly interested in any of the awesome nuts and bolts stuff you guys deal with on this forum. I just want my stupid phone to work so I can send texts, look at maps, and do other mundane stuff. I bought this Droid A885 used and it had been rooted by the previous owner. Everything worked great for several months until verizon decided to send out some sort of update. When I try to perform the update my phone rejects it. Something about whole-file signature verification. I'm getting pretty annoyed at having to press "Install Later" every time I want to use my phone. I didn't want to have to set up my entire phone again so I was hesitant to factory reset it. If that would even fix my problem. I'm not sure if I am now enjoying any overclocking or whatever set up by the previous owner, but if I'm not I don't think I'd miss having the thing rooted. Can someone please help me tell the update to piss off for another year? Unless it's the gingerbread update then I'm not sure I even care to have it. Here's what my phone says after the update fails, hopefully it will help you: ClockworkMod Recovery v188.8.131.52 -reboot system now -apply sdcard:update.zip -wipe data/factory reset -install zip from sdcard -nandroid -partitions menu -advanced ClockworkMod Recovery v184.108.40.206 Finding update package… Opening update package… Verifying update package… E:failed to verify whole-file signature E:signature verification failed Installation aborted.