Hi everyone - Two days ago I went out and purchased the G-Tablet. I had the intention of installing a custom rom on it but I am having trouble. I was attempting to using the steps below. I installed Z4root with no issues. I then skipped the installing of ClockwordMod to make this as simple as possible. After I downloaded the Vegan Rom I was a little confused on what to do. Do I just rename the folder update.zip or do I actuall unzip the file first. If I uzip the file I get the main folder then within that folder the files are - boot.img -system.img and another folder called META-INF. I was also confused on where to put the File/folders. It says to the put them on the internal memory. When I connect the G-Tablet to my computer I only have the option of putting stuff on the /Sdcard1 folder? Does this seem right. Is this the internal memory on the tablet? Any help would be great as this tablet is pretty much useless with the current OS. Thanks everyone. I am at work and will not be able to mess around with this until I get home. HOW TO: Root, Install ClockworkMod*, Load a Custom ROM, Fix the Market, and Update Flash 1. download Z4root with your tablet (it is not available in the market any more, but you can download the .apk here) 2. use the included ES File Explorer to navigate to the .apk file you just downloaded, click on the icon and you should be prompted to install 3. go into settings -> applications -> development -> check the "usb debugging" box 4. run Z4root, it is pretty self explanatory but click "permanent root" when it asks 5. *this step is optional, but recommended.* install ClockworkMod Recovery using the guide here. if you choose to do this, refer to the alternate version of instructions after step 7. 6. choose a ROM, there are 4 good ones out right now (Cyanogen, TnT lite, VEGAn, Z-Pad). Make sure to do your reading on them, as there are benefits and issues with each. 7. download your ROM of choice and save this file to your computer/laptop (NOT TABLET) *ClockworkMod users, see alternate instructions posted below from this point on.* all others, continue. 8. depending on your choice, you will need to either extract the .RAR file on your computer (resulting in an Update.zip and Recovery folder) or use your computer to rename the ROM file as Update.zip. this is where your reading will come in handy. 9. connect your gTab to your computer, turn on usb storage, and move the update.zip and recovery folder (if available) to the internal memory. do not put them in any other folder, just directly into the top folder of internal memory. 10. turn off USB storage, disconnect from your computer, and power down the gTab 11. hold the volume + button and the power button to boot into recovery. you can let go when you see the gold "ANDROID" text. 12. your gTab should now automatically load your new ROM (this could take up to 5 minutes, you will know it has worked as soon as it reboots because your bootscreen/homescreen will be different and you will now have a SuperUser icon) 13. go here and follow the intructions to fix the android market. 14. go here and download the Adobe Flash update. it is an apk file, so save it to your tablet and install it just like you did with z4root in steps 1 and 2.