So, I'm on my 3rd replacement of my Droid X, and it's finally a "good" one with no problems - So I'm going to root it. I just attempted it twice, using this method: How to root a Droid X running the official Android 2.2 update The program tells me "Congratulations, your phone should be rooted!" Then I disconnect it and reboot it, and look for the "Superuser" app that I'm apparently suppose to have - and it's not there. Am I doing something wrong? EDIT: I tried it a 3rd time [in "PC Mode"], and looked closely at the prompt program and what it was saying/doing - It didn't recognize a bunch of stuff, but still told me it [should] have been successful. Here's a screenshot: http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4151/5091034511_e04e69fdb0_o.jpg EDIT:EDIT: After some searching, apparently "adb" is the phone - and it can't find\recognize it. So I guess THAT is my problem. Any solutions? I have USB Debugging enabled, and it's in PC Mode... Do I need to have the Android SDK folder in a specific location?