Use Rsdlite and install the stock 2.01. This will get you back to factory specs. Expect to get an update to 2.1 real soon. Getting back to stock (SBF method): You will need to have RSD Lite installed to flash the stock 2.01 sbf file for Motorola Droid. Download the following file:2.01 stock sbf file (browse to sbf folder) Connect your phone to the PC via USB and turn it off then while your phone is booting hold up on the DPAD. Run RSD Lite 4.6 as Administrator (For all you Vista and 7 folks out there. If you are using XP you may not need to run as Administrator) If your phone is not displayed in the "model" column you may need to do the following: Select the "config" option from the upper left corner of the tool Select DeviceId Options Select one of the two options available. By default neither are chosen, and my phone shows up fine with neither one selected. Click the [...] next to the filename box and browse to where you saved the .sbf file you want to use and double click the .sbf file. Hit start and below it should give you completion progress. Your phone will reboot and you will be on a stock 2.01 phone with no root installed. Credit to ikithme for the original post, Unroot/Unbrick your phone using .sbf, which I've altered slightly here. You now are on a stock phone, unrooted, just like when you first got your phone. You can apply the OTA (over the air) update files to get to the current version. the drivers: Download the following files:RSD Lite (browse rsd foldeer d/l one needed) 32 bit drivers or 64 bit drivers Install RSD Lite. Unzip the file and run the msi file Install the drivers. Now we have RSD Lite installed which when running will let us flash some SBF files. from droid life Manual Android 2.1 Update for Motorola Droid On 03.31.10, In News, by Kellex Share118 Sure I attempt to get 5 hours of sleep and almost miss out on all the phone fun…*Note 1* – If you need to return to stock from a custom ROM, follow these instructions. Instructions to manually install 2.1 on your Motorola Droid: 1. Download this file: update.zip (alt link) (alt link 2) (alt link3) 2. Place file on the root of your sdcard (not in any folder)Make sure it is named UPDATE.ZIP! Alt Link2 needs to be renamed! 3. Turn your phone off. 4. Boot into recovery (Power + X) 5. Wait for a triangle with exclamation point to appear. 6. Hit the volume up and camera button (half-way down) at the same time. 7. Using the D-Pad select “apply update.zip” and press in the gold button on the D-Pad. 8. Reboot 9. Bam! 2.1 goodness! Update 10:01AM 3/31: Added a News and Note section to help those with any issues.*Note 2* – By the way, if any of the download links drop, please contact me! Full review coming later today for those still on the fence about unrooting. Manual Android 2.2 Update for Motorola DROID On 08.03.10, In News, Tips, by Kellex Share1170 The file has been released! No more staring at and refreshing your “About” screen to see if an update is available! Android 2.2 for the Motorola Droid is finally and officially here. Screenshots from my device: Instructions to manually install Android 2.2 on your Motorola Droid:*THIS IS ONLY FOR NON-ROOTED STOCK 2.1 USERS. 1. Download this file: update.zip or DIRECT FROM GOOGLE LINK 2. Place file on the root of your sdcard (not in any folder).Make sure it is named UPDATE.ZIP! The Google link will need to be renamed. 3. Turn your phone off. 4. Boot into recovery (Hold Power + X). 5. Wait for a triangle with exclamation point to appear and release Power and X. 6. Hit the volume up and camera button (half-way down) at the same time. 7. Using the D-Pad select “apply update.zip” and press in the gold button on the D-Pad. 8. Your phone will now run the update. 9. When it finishes, use th D-Pad to select reboot phone. 10. Your phone will reboot with Android 2.2.Update 1: If you would like FLASH installed, download it here. Update 2: Download Chrome to Phone here. Enjoy everyone! And let us know if you run into any issues during the installation process. We’ve got a ton of great community members to help out. Big cheers to LarryR for figuring out the URL. We tried but realized we are bloggers, not code crackers.