I'm on the rooted stock ROM currently. I've been trying to follow this guide: http://androidforums.com/evo-v-4g-a...evo-v-4g-ruu-flashing-guide-unroot-guide.html I've gotten the boot loader to say "RELOCKED" at the top, but that's as far as I can get. I run the RUU in the link and I get to the point where it says "Upgrade" the ROM version. I hit the upgrade button and it comes back with: From: Image Version 2.95.652.5 To: Image Version 1.13.652.2 Obviously this is a downgrade, is that possible or do I have to find an updated RUU? I don't seem to have a custom recovery installed, so I can't manullay flash the zip from the RUU... what steps should I take to get this back to fully stock? Thanks! edit: Just ran the RUU again and it tries to run but then finishes with: Error  BOOTLOADER VERSION ERROR edit 2: Okay, so I re-unlocked my bootloader, flashed a recovery that works and then flashed a file I found called "SetMainVerionLOW.zip" that changed image version to 1.0.000.0. Ran the RUU again and it had slightly different results, but still ended up not working. Now I believe it says my Hboot is the wrong version. For now I'm giving up and restoring my Titanium Backup, but I'd still love any help. Basically what I'm trying to do is go back to a completely stock phone. The reason is that I'm nto getting voicemail notifications and have tried a number of things with Virgin Mobile support. Now they want me to restore the phone and see if that helps.