Update: Issue resolved So, I had my device rooted and attempted to install the Voodoo lagfix. I had the SRE 1.3, but I didn't apply the one click lag fix. From what I found, there shouldn't be any problem applying the voodoo lagfix over the SRE kernel. Anyways, to be sure, I reflashed my kernel back to the stock JH7, and used the update.zip method. I got the robot voice telling me it was done, but it stayed on the ATT startup screen for, well, EVER. It never booted up past that point. Worried I had done something wrong, I reflashed, and ran the remove lagfix thing as there was a voodoo folder created. I tried it again and I got the same thing. Again, I removed the lagfix, reflashed, and tried again, but this time, I fell asleep (for 8 hours or so...) and it was still at the ATT boot screen. Am I doing something wrong? (I'm sorry if this is the wrong forum, but since you don't require a rooted phone, I figured this would be best) Note: I do have my device overclocked (as included with the SRE build I used). Would that matter? Thanks! Looks like the overclocking was not compatible with Voodoo, and that was the issue. This thread can be closed!