How to: Install Busybox in P3Droid's leaked Android OS 2.2 (Froyo) for Motorola Droid What you need: > Your Droid running Froyo > A computer of some sort > ADB running on said computer > BGill55's Clean Black Chaos Froyo theme. (http://www.jbthemes.com/bgill55/Team_CHAOS_Clean_black_froyov1.2.zip) > Clockwork Recovery installed on your phone How to do it: This process requires a copy of busybox...for example, the one in BGill55's Clean Black v1.2 theme. Part 1: Getting busybox Unzip the theme, and grab the busybox file from /system/xbin. Put it in your ADB tools folder. Part 2: Copying and installing to phone It's important that you have clockwork recovery flashed. I haven't tested this in SPRecovery. If you haven't flashed Clockwork Recovery, you can do so with Rom Manager from the Market. For some reason, ADB won't work in Froyo under normal boot conditions, so we must reboot recovery to push busybox to /system/xbin Code: adb reboot recovery Once in Clockwork, scroll down to the partitions menu using the d-pad or volume keys. Plug your phone into your computer now. Open a terminal window and cd to your ADB tools directory. On your phone, select "mount /system" - should be the first option. Push busybox to the /system/xbin folder and change the permissions so you can use it. Code: adb push busybox /system/xbin/busybox adb shell chmod 755 /system/xbin/busybox You can stop here, but if you want full functionality (cp instead of busybox cp), keep going. EDIT: I looked in to this way too far before. I'm an idiot. All you need to do is: Reboot your phone. Code: adb shell su mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system cd /system/xbin ./busybox --install . mount -o ro,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system sync reboot This just unpacks busybox so you can use individual commands without the busybox prefix. (cp instead of busybox cp.) Now reboot your phone, and Busybox should be installed with full command-line functionality. I've only tested this on my phone, and I hope it works on yours. Post with any questions, and I'll try to help as best I can. Credit to p3droid for getting us this awesome leak, and BGill55 for making busybox easily available. I figured this out through trial and error...it's very possible that there's an easier way.