OK so I have rooted, backed up data (MyBackup Pro) and Apps (AppMonster), made a backup in ROM Manager, updated the radio and installed LeeDroid 1.9a I restored all my data, then began restoring my apps. (Is there a better option other than AppMonster? You have to install each app separately.. I thought there would be a batch option) So while restoring my apps internal memory told me it was low. Time for A2SD+ ... I read it was bulit into LeeDroid 1.9a. Had a look through the apps and settings, couldn't see it. The LeeDroid thread said this: Partitioning your SD Card ready for A2SD+ Backup all data on you SD card (this will be wiped) The card should be formatted with your standard FAT32 partition 1st followed by an EXT3 partition (I would reccoment 512mb) Please note : EXT4 is not supported by the Stock Froyo Kernel and EXT2 Does not perform as well as EXT3 Linux users use GParted or a similar software. For everyone else I would reccomend using Rom Manager Once you have downloaded rom manager from the market, open the app and click partition SD Card, Select your EXT size and set 0mb for swap Restore your data to your SD and the job is done. FrOyO A2SD Moves apps to your Fat32 partition (SD) No EXT3 is required You Must use the "Mod Install Location" app (included) to change you default install location. Pushing with ADB (this assumes you are farmiliar with the tools available in the android SDK To push an app to you /system partition you need to reboot your device into recovery, connect via USB and open a CMD prompt from your SDK tools folder and enter the following commands adb shell mount /system adb push "name.apk" /system/app/ adb reboot I assume the ADB instructions are for A2SD+ ?? I don't know... but if they are I don't kow how to do that. I searched the forums on how to use A2SD+ and couldn't find any information. Is there a tutorial for this? I feel like just restoring my old Nandroid backup from when the phone was just rooted with no custom ROM.