I have a Motorola Droid 2, which I had rooted and successfully running Fission. Everything was great. Fast forward a week or so. My screen was broken so I had it replaced by a local cellular phone repair place. I picked up my phone, the screen looked great. However my ROM was gone and flashed back to a stock android one, I did not mind. They also informed me they had replaced the keyboard for free because it was damaged, however the replaced it with a Droid 1 Keyboard. After using the phone, I notice the software identified it as a "Droid", not "Droid 2". I also noticed my Home, Back, and Menu keys were functioning in the order of an original droid. Pissed off, I returned the Droid and demanded the keyboard I had placed back in, the software restored to Droid 2, and anything else they changed besides the screen to be reverted. Today I picked up my phone, they keyboard had been replaced but the software was still wrong. Angry and extremely unsatisfied with their service, I took the phone intending to flash it to a Droid 2 version on my own. Here is what I have tried: -SBF Flash Using RSD to Droid 2 (Failed on Loading Bootloader RAM) -Rooting as a Motorola Droid and then trying to install Droid 2 ROM, no option to pick my own image. Renamed fission to update.zip, still failed due to signature. I'm not really sure what to do from here and was hoping to get your help. Im concerned I may have been ripped off and my phone is now an original Droid in a Droid 2 Shell but I am not sure. Here's the info: Model Number: Droid Android Version: 2.2 Baseband Version: C_01.43.01P Kernel Version: 18.104.22.168-g874c292 android-build@apa26 #1 Build Number: FRG22D Bootloader: 2C.7C Android System Recovery: 3e Please help! Thanks!