I decided to do the whole SBF to .15 and OTA, install 1.9, etc... I decided I did not want to actually setup my google account, sync with the market until I had finished installing the .340 Patch to 1.9 and my choice of theme (BlackJuice v4 Blue). However, once I got into the basic Rubix install, there was no file manager (astro or otherwise) to use to install DroidXBootstrapper. I keep a basic set of APK's on the sdcard so I can do certain tweaks before syncing my account, but I don't know of a way to install an APK without some sort of file manager. Is there another way? Or should something be included in the next build of Rubix? Thanks, -Z Edit: I did find a way to install an APK without setting up my Market account: Use ADB shell (I'm very comfortable with ADB Shell .. others might not be so comfortable). and copy the SDK you want installed into /data/app ie: In only really needed droidxbootstrap at this moment (to finish the patching/themeing) so in adb shell: Code: c:\ adb shell $SU # cp /sdcard/apks/droidxbootstrap.apk /data/app/droidxbootstrap.apk #reboot This assumes you have the APK's and locations I do, but if you got this far, you should be able to change the directories to fit your needs.