Stock Motorola Droid 1. My sdcard went bad in my Droid X, so I took the sd card out of my Droid 1 to get my X running. I didn't reformat or anything. I just put it in and it seemed to work fine. I called Verizon who immediately replaced my no name card with a scandisk sd card with adapters. I wish I hadn’t took the card out of my Droid 1, but after reading in this forum that others had had trouble getting their cards replaced, and after seeing that the cost was $60, I thought that would be fastest. I received my new scandisk card in two days from Verizon, put it in my Droid X with no problem (however this didn’t fix my rebooting problem with my X - sorry off topic). I put my Droid 1's original scandisk sd card back into my Droid 1 after using it in my Droid X a few days without a reformat or wipe. This is were the problem began. Phone went crazy, programs opening and closing, even typing gibberish into google search field. It was a disaster. I had read that this could happen if you had the wrong version of baseband and OS running so I decided to do a wipe and start from scratch. I used christim’s Getting back to stock (SBF method). I used the RSDlite and the FRG22D.sbf file included there. When my Droid rebooted it did an update immediately, and when it finished it still went crazy. I could get into bootloader, but the battery was dead by this time, and I left it alone for a few days until I had time to read some more. I was planning to use my sister’s phone to recharge my battery, but I found a help topic on how to charge battery by taking battery out and plugged into a/c which worked. It went back into bootloader and I did the same process over again, I still had the problem, but just the far right side of the screen was unresponsive, I could use my keyboard to move around somewhat. I read that rooting and a new rom could take care of this problem, so I rooted using MotoCache1: Root Droid 1 - regardless of OS version, and down loaded Rom Manager, and flashed Peter Alzono’s Gingerbread. I reformatted card before doing so and had clean card. I have the Gingerbread Rom loaded, but I am still having screen and button problems. Am I just out of luck? I wanted to use my Droid 1 as a VOIP phone in Europe this summer. I found a link in Alldoid by “orbatrin” and “cobra2" on how to do VOIP setup for Android 2.3 & 2.2 for your Droid 1. Is there anything that I can do to get my screen back into sink. Some suggested recalibrating your screen, but the Droid 1 doesn’t have that option. I have deleted all nonstock programs and still won't work. Please help. This is what my about phone says Model number: Droid; Android version 2.3.2; Baseband version C_01.43.01P; Kernel version 188.8.131.52-g68eeef5 android-build@apa26#1; build number GPA12.