ZapX BAZINGA 2.1 (OTA Version) is now out! (12/6/10) Featured In ZapX BAZINGA 2.1 (OTA version): 125 MB Free In System Fully Optimized and Zipaligned Ads Blocked (Credit Jrummy and Me) Only Social Blur Remains As Usual Less Blur, Removed Additional Blur Widgets and Apps and Bloat Based Off Of Previous Versions Overclocking Script (Credit Jrummy, Instructions On How To Run Below) System Performance Tweaks Groupy Contact App (Allows Viewing Contacts By Last Nast (Family Name) First) Spare Parts my6sense New! ZapX Wallpapers Now Placed In Stock Launcher Instead of SD Folder! GMail Removed (Download From Market) Music Mod DX Bootstrapper (Credit Koush) Volumed Adjustments (Credit Me) Added Shapewriter to SD (Swype Alternative, Install from ZapX Apps Folder In SD Card) Added Terminal App To SD (Install From ZapX Apps Folder In SD Card Or Market) DLNA Removed Added Sound Recorder App (Credit Pete) New 12/2/10 Build Prop Mods (Credit Me and Beesley) Re-Added Quick Contacts (Per Request) Freshly Themed And Lovin’ It!!!! (Note: New ADW does not work properly with social widgets, it is not recommend to use. I recommend using the stock launcher.) Credit WJD for Parts of the Theme. Download at DrewGaren.com or here Install Instructions: Recommended Instructions Below. Install The Same Way As Previous ZapX Roms, or From Rom Manager. This Time Around You Do Not Have To Wipe Data Unless You Are Coming From Other Roms Especially Blurless Roms Such As KennedyX. -Run The Droid X Bootstrapper App -Click Bootstrap Recovery Just For Kicks - After it Says Success Click Ok and then Reboot Recovery -Create a Nandroid back up if you like to be safe -Go into Mounts and Storage -Format System -Format Data (If coming from another rom other then ZapX) -Format Cache -Mount System (Make Sure To Do This Step) -Return to Menu -Install Zip From SDCard -Select the ZapX rom of your choice -Select Yes -Reboot your System -The first boot will take a little bit, but then zap, it's zippy as hell. How To Run Overclocking Script: Make Sure You Have Uninstalled Any Overclocking Apps. If You Have Jrummy’s Overclocking App That Is Okay. Make Sure You Have Installed Terminal App From ZapX Apps Folder on SD Card or the Market if you have not already. Open Terminal App Type su Then Type cpu.sh It will ask you if you want to proceed type y Then select option 5 set frequencies at boot Very Important: Select option 4 set high voltage scaling at boot (if you select another option it may not boot) Select the frequency you wish to use Then at the main menu type 11 then type reboot to reboot your phone with the new frequencies at boot. And your phone will start up with the new frequencies! Easy Breezy!