I'm not sure what happened, but I'll outline the steps that brought me to my problem here. Was running various RCs of CyanogenMod 6.0. Had problems with all of the RCs, so I eventually just installed the stock Froyo release ROOTED. Root worked fine at that point (SetCPU and wifitethering worked, for example). I was using my phone one night, then got a notification that there is an OTA update to install. As I've done in the past, I just clicked "Install Now" because I know that ClockworkMod Recovery blocks the update. The update seemed to install (the bar filled all the way up, then the phone rebooted), which I thought was odd, but figured "eh, whatever". I later realized (the next day) that SetCPU was unable to work... because I had no root. I went to ROM Manager and tried just downloading SuperUser for Froyo. It rebooted, but failed to install. I turned the phone off, then tried manually booting into recovery... which showed the same icon (I think it was a triangle with an exclamation point and the Android guy, but there might have been an "X" with the Android guy, I can't remember the icon exactly). TL;DR -- I can't get into recovery. TL;DR -- I can't get into recovery and I have no Root. So... What should I do? I did a little searching on the forums... but I haven't found this situation. Seems like I need to use an SBF, and root from there. Any help would be appreciated.