Dear all, I have noticed that this is not really the right site for noob questions, but cannot find a site that can really help me, so apologies for posting here. I have tried to root my Galaxy S using these steps:- I downloaded the update.zip (from the 3G connection - I really don't know why people go to the trouble of d/ling to a PC and using a USB cable) and saving it onto my /sdcard directory. Next, I tried to reboot into 'recovery' mode, by 1: turning off the 'phone. (Held down power and selecting power off.) 2: Power off the phone, and turn back on whilst holding the Volume Up & Home, and then (at the same time) the power button. I have tried step 2 about seven times, and each time it boots the 'phone as usual. I do not know how to do this. I have flashed plenty of bootloaders and Angstom kernels on my old hx4700 using far more daunting methods, yet his one, as simple as it sounds, has eluded me. Is it possible that the recent versions of Galaxy S do not allow this? Best regards, A complete NIB.