Alright, so here's the thing. I have a Motorola Droid, rooted, running 2.2 (Froyo). I was recently at a Verizon store and thought the Blockbuster app for Droid X was pretty nice, especially because I HAVE Blockbuster's service (not Netflix like most people), but I was annoyed that you couldn't use it on the Droid. So I found a backup of all the Droid X apps and got Blockbuster.apk. I also got Mynet.apk, since I wanted to try the mobile hotspot feature to see if it would work on my Droid. When I opened it in the App manager, it appeared to install and then just said "Not installed" where most of them say "Installed". I even used Root Explorer to copy the .apk to /system/app, and nothing. I'm trying to figure out why this didn't work and if there's some way to make it work. I was able to install some other Droid X apps, like Motorola's FM Radio app - even though the Droid doesn't have an FM radio tuner (or at least, it's not enabled)... it obviously didn't work, but it opened and just tried to start the tuner forever. So obviously the Droid X APKs *will* work on the Droid, but not the two I want. Does this have to do with DRM Storage? Or what? Has anybody actually done this? Or am I crazy for thinking it would work?