I'm sure this is old news to most at this point: New gov't rules allow unapproved iPhone apps - Yahoo! News I am not any kind of developer. I have a background in a few programming languages, but mostly vba and internet languages. Nothing that I could make a significant contribution with. But I feel driven to help the community however I can to get 2.1 rooted onto So, my plan was to email Samsung about this in hopes that they will at least release drivers to make up for their broken promises. I should have copied the email message (sent from their support site: contact us - SAMSUNG). I addressed the email to "Product Information Request" with the subject, "Requesting Information on the Behold II". The message basically stated that nobody expects 2.1 to be released on the BHII, and that we are grateful for the 1.6 release. Nonetheless, we were promised 2.1. With recent legalities regarding rooting android phones, I requested that Samsung release drivers to the community. I also mentioned that this is the least that they can do to bring back some customer loyalty from all of the BHII owners who felt betrayed by the broken promises made by Samsung. I threw in a line about how great the Galaxy S series looks, but when it comes time to upgrade, what BHII owner is really going to feel comfortable buying another Samsung phone? --- I know this may be an unrealistic request, and somethings mentioned may be arguable, but hell, its worth a shot! I'm stuck on this BHII for another 4 months, damn it! Anyways, I hope others will do the same. Its not going to hurt anybody to spend a few minutes typing an email requesting BHII drivers, and whats the worst that can happen? They apologize and say no. I'd like to see some kind of response from Samsung regarding this topic.