So, a good long while back I updated my stock system via an over the air update. AFTER I did this, I started trying to experiment with rooting my device and trying to flash a new OS onto it, but apparently that last update I got prevented me from doing any of that mess. I was able to root the device, but the bootloader was locked, so I could not flash a different OS onto it. Since then I had to un-root the device, for work. Now, I am unable to update the device at all, it craps out if I try the over the air update, I am pretty much stuck at this version: System version: 9.18.79.XT926 Android Version: 4.1.2 When I try the over the air update and it dies on me, if I check the logs, I get this error near the bottom: Verifying current system... contents of partition "boot" didn't match EMMC:boot:10485760:a1c699a6a7d07d1859b704359bd79f0 e5eb65ab8:10485760:9b13358606bc93350c0ec2feef5c9cf a9a30dee9 file "EMMC:boot:10485760:a1c699a6a7d07d1859b704359bd79f 0e5eb65ab8:10485760:9b13358606bc93350c0ec2feef5c9c fa9a30dee9" doesn't have any of expected sha1 sums; checking cache failed to stat "/cache/saved.file": No such file or directory So, it looks like whatever I did, trying to flash the OS, did change the hash. Now it appears (to me) that I cannot flash to a different OS, and I cannot update the current, stock OS. Oh, and of course now the phone likes to just randomly reboot and do all kinds of other aggravating crap on me. Yay! What I am now wondering are what steps I can take to fix this, if any? Does the version I am running prevent me from flashing completely? (even back to stock?) If I am able to go back to some form of bone stock, can someone point me to the correct thread? I have since reverted back to using my good ol' trusty Droid 2, but I would really like to be able to revive my Droid RAZR, if possible. (so I can do any amount of testing or poking or prodding that is necessary to attempt a revival) Thanks in advance!