As we have done in the other areas, I am going to start a sticky here specific for the Viewsonic gTablet: Installing Clockwork, Rooting and First ROM Flash This is the easiest and most straightforward place to start for this: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum...rkmod-custom-rom-flash-player-market-fix.html alternately CM/Root/Flash and Market (source: xda-developers.com) Note that this still refers to the TnT Lite 2.2 ROM, you can substitute other ROMs here to start, but follow ALL directions fully. I still recommend that you start with 2.2 as it is very stable and tried and true. Once you go through all these steps reflashing takes about 5-10 minutes after downloading whatever ROM you want. After following these steps you will have a rooted device with Clockwork and the TnT ROM that will make your device usable. Also, make sure that you go with CM .08. Before you get too frustrated, if you look at the bottom of that post, all of the files you need to get started are available from links right there. Restore to factory settings - FULL RESET In the event you need to reset your device to factory settings, such as you want to start over or return the device. Here is the link for that: GTab Recovery Firmware Using Clockwork How do I boot into Clockworkmod? With the device completely off (and not asleep/suspended), press the + volume button and the power button until the device turns on. If it is successfully booting into Clockworkmod, you will see a message at the top left of the screen saying booting recovery image. How do I perform a wipe data/factory reset? With Clockworkmod, select the third option in the menu "wipe data/factory reset" and press the Home key (second button down on the right side of the gTablet in landscape view). Then, confirm wipe by selecting "Yes - wipe data/factory reset" and press the Home key again. How do I clear the cache? With Clockworkmod, select the fourth option in the menu "wipe cache partition" and press the Home key (second button down on the right side of the gTablet in landscape view). Then, confirm wipe by selecting "Yes - Wipe Cache" and press the Home key again. Custom Wallpaper Creation Using whatever image editing software you like, create your image at 1024 x 600. Remember that if you're making wallpaper, when using the G-Tab in portrait mode (vertically) will make the wallpaper shrink and there will be black bars on top and below the image. Best image size: 1024 x 1024, just keep the cropping in mind. Setting up ADB, and why you would want to do this ADB (Android Debug Bridge) is the basic building block for Android Development, and it allows you to control things on your tablet directly from your PC. Sometimes just having this setup will save you from changes or problems that have arisen on your tablet. The following link: ADB for GTab will provide everything you will need to get setup, instructions, downloads and other useful links. Quick Tips - Good to Know items - Format your USB and microUSB cards and devices in your PC as FAT32. Your Android will thank you! - If you have a device that is Black Screened or does not appear to be bootable, plug it back in, hold the power button for 10 seconds. For some reason, this seems to work - If you are bothered by the fingerprints on your screen, look in this forum for the RainX thread, which covers using this. Cuts smudges down by 90% - Yes, your device is the same form factor as the ZPad or Malata 10" Tablet, and accessories for those devices work for you! -thanks to the folks at xda-developers.com and tegratab.com for source materials!