Hi guys. I'm looking into possibly putting the android 2.3.3 gingerbread on my phone and I have a few questions to make sure I choose the right files. My phone is stock fw (2.3.340)I believe you call this the froyo, I have rooted and overclocked it but nothing else. Can you tell me what files I need on my phone and which gingerbread rom I should use? I know there are a few different ones and that makes it kinda confusing for first timers like me. The list of apps I have currently on my phone is as follows, z4root titanium backup droid overclock superuser system panel droid x bootstrap If there is anything else I need please let me know. I have been reading up on this update and there is a lot of info but the way you put it on your phone varies. Some say you need to sbf your phone with the 2.3.340 but I already have this fw so I assume I don't need to do this step? I have the instructions from the site I got the 2.3.3 from and it looks pretty straight forward to do. I got the files and instructions from a place called Gottabemobile.com and these are the instructions they give for this file, " >1. Download the file from above and drop it on the root of your SD card. 2. Rename it to update.zip. 3. Turn your phone all the way off. 4. Boot into recovery: *Hold the Home button + Power. When triangle appears, press Search. 5. Choose the option to install update.zip using your volume keys. 6. Your phone will now load the new Gingerbread. 7. Enjoy! Rooted users will have to go back to Gingerbread version 2.3.340 in order for this to work. So. follow those and you should have Gingerbread up and running on your Droid X in no time." Is this correct? Is that all I have to do to my phone the way it sits now? As I said, there are a lot of posts on this but I don't know which one to follow. P:S The file name for the file I d/l'ed is "Blur_Version.2.3.340.MB810.Verizon.en.US.zip"