The reason I am posting this is because I recently rooted my wifes phone with this method and ran into a problem that I will describe later. I had a hard time finding information on this, so this post is for rooters using super one click and running into problems with recovery. All this information is in the this post; http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-labs/74028-root-droid-1-regardless-os-version.html just read carefully, again I am posting this just to make it easier to find. There is a link in this post explaining what the writer calls Flash Recovery Service or FRS Here is that link; http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dr...-feature-undo-custom-recovery-partitions.html So, I flashed using super one click and it was easy by the way, I just had to install all my own rooted apps like busybox, superuser, rom manager, etc... Before I flashed a new rom, but after I rooted and got everything set up, I discovered a problem. trying to go into recovery was a pain and most of the time it would end up in the stock recovery! aka the triangle with the exclamation point in it. If you are having this problem, super one click hasn't taken care of the FRS on your phone. There are ways to fix this if you want to keep your stock android, but installing a new rom will fix this issue. Hope this helps someone!