Hello, Today I purchased the Liberty Toolbox Donate from the App Market, which I put onto my rooted (via zRoot) DroidX. I believe I was running 2.2.3, however I may be wrong about that. So I ran Titanium Backup, and went for the gold... or yellow, as is the theme of Liberty... Anyway, I first installed Liberty 2.0.1, and then the patch for it. After a good five or so minutes of really enjoying it, a few coworkers convinced me to try and go Gingerbread and get the v0.5 version. So, I installed the full version of v0.1, which seemed to go well, and then I installed the v0.5, with kernel, however now I am experiencing some issues. First, upon setup, my Gmail account wouldn't sync, so I had to skip it and then I added it in accounts. Then I discovered my contacts had almost all disappeared (only contacts which I had hand added with no connections to Facebook or Gmail remained), as well as any ability to use 3G. I can still make phone calls. My apps also disappeared, and after connecting to the wifi at my office, I checked the App Market which acted as though I hadn't purchased or downloaded anything, so I used my Titanium Backup which I had done earlier to get my apps back, however, my FB contacts are back, but their info is incomplete at best, where birthdays are listed as -24325340000 or the like, just random strings of negative digits. Also, the syncing arrow-circle is constantly on at the top of the screen, regardless of if I am connected to wifi, or on my now nonexistent 3G. I did a backup and a wipe cache on all the installs, except for the 2.0.1 patch, as instructed. Frankly, I think I'd rather flash back to 2.0.1, until things stabilize with GB, however I have no idea how to do that... If anyone can provide me with any information or pointers on how to do so, that'd be great, as I am very uncertain now that I've FUBARed my phone a bit. Thanks for the help in advance, Spenny.