ok, reading the hand holding how-to ([RECOVERY] nvflash FULL restore, using either 1.1 or 1.2 based images - [G-TABLET] - SlateDroid.com) I have just one question. I am doing this on a linux machine, I have the files requested, and unzipped. The at the checkpoint, they say "At this point, you should have the nvflash files, .img files, and USB directory (and files) in your "NVFlash" directory and are ready to begin the recovery process." Now, I have 3 zip files, the gtab.nvflash1.2, nvflash_linux and nv_flash_gtablet. When all of them get unzipped, I am left with the 2 executables and 2 folders, the 2 folders being nvflash1.2 and nvflash_gtablet. Both of those folders are nearly identical aside from a README, etc. yet the doc seems to imply those files should be in the NVFlash root, but since the files are the same they would overwrite. Are one of the above zip files not needed, or should they be kept in their respecitve folders? Sorry, obviously dont want to brick this which is why I want to be clear. Thanks ** Update ** Sorry if I jumped the gun, read a bit more under the comments in that page, and it seems you don't need to use the nvflash_gtablet files from the dropbox but rather the one downloaded later in that thread. I will move forward, but will do so with baby steps. The only thing I am wondering now, is that whole thing takes me to a new stock ROM. I am looking to test bottle of smoke, so do I NOT use the stock ROM but rather use that other ROM and put those .img files where the stock rom's ones are in the root NVFlash folder? I thought it was getting clearer, I was mistaken!