Hiya, I rooted my Droid only so I could get some apps to work. Screen-capture is a must-have for me, as an example. It's unlikely that I'll be doing anything too wild with regards to my rooted phone since it does nearly everything I want now. I have a couple questions about some things that were not very well spelled out when I was reading up about rooting, and they still aren't made very clear or they are buried deep inside threads and I just can't find these answers. First, what happens when the Android update is sent to my rooted phone automatically? I've read that some have disabled automatic updates (I think...) by renaming a particular file, but the posts that I read used acronyms that I'm unfamiliar with that make them difficult to understand. Is my phone gonna brick from an automatic update? If this is true, -and sorry for any attitude, but if it's possible that someone could casually wake up to a bricked phone because of this, it should really have been a bit more prominently discussed or explained in these rooting threads. I can't seem to find a simple answer to how to: -unroot my Droid, -and back up all of my apps & data in the event that I have to replace the phone. -Do I back everything up before unrooting, or after unrooting? Say I'm gonna replace the phone because of all the dust under my screen, and I want the replacement to end up being an exact copy of this one. What will I need to do, in which order? Thanks, folks.