Help! I have a Droid X running 2.2.1 and ADW Launcher (free). I rooted it using the command line (way #3 since the one-click didn't work after repeated attempts...and yes, I was EXTREMELY careful to type in all commands EXACTLY as indicated on that post), but I'm having a couple odd root-related problems. 1. Can't backup using ROM Manager --- I have Titanium doing a once-a-week app backup, but I want to grab periodic comprehensive snapshots, too. I was told ROM Manager could do that, but every time I try to run the backup from within ROM Manager, my phone reboots and no backup file is generated. 2. Can't rename bloatware --- I want to disable/ignore the Verizon bloatware crap on this thing, and it seems that the least intrusive way of doing so is to simply rename the .apk files. When I use a file manager (I've tried Astro, ES File Manager, and File Manager) to rename the files, I still get an "Insufficient permissions." error and can't rename the file. Is there a way to force my file manager app into Superuser's approved root access list so it can rename files? I can't get the file manager app to ask for superuser permission, nor can I add new apps from within Superuser itself. Obviously, there seems to be a problem with my general rootedness, but whatever it is isn't consistent because I'm able to successfully use apps like Titanium and AutoKiller Memory. Also, when I go into Superuser and try to pull up the log, it force closes. Not sure what that's about. I wouldn't entirely rule out some PEBKAC issues, but hopefully that's at a minimum here. Any guidance someone could provide on this situation would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance!