Awesome. That's one sweet tutorial. :nerd: I'll try it out later. I promise to post the results once I get through with it. In case someone reads this later who doesn't know what sbf is, the third post in this thread describes it: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/an...-update-zip-nandroid-restore-rom-tgz-sbf.html I couldn't find a definite answer as to what it exactly stands for, but it might stand for "system binary file," "system boot file," or "summation briefcase file." Whatever it stands for, it's a special imaging format that Motorola uses, and so a special program is needed for it. It completely wipes the phone (except the SD card) and installs a complete operating system on it. I believe it "unroots" the phone too (though the terms "rooting" and "unrooting" are misleading), so it's a true ROM (read-only memory). I'm guessing that it's what Verizon employees use to reformat and reimage phones. Thanks for the help!