Yea I did flash VIA CWM, I will try again VIA HBOOT do I still reach this by flashing into recovery VIA CWM and then doing HBOOT from there or do you reboot and down volume down on power up? Right now I am back to stock post root
I also did a full wipe via CWM all 3 boxes checked (backup, wipe data, wipe cache)
So just a question when you flash and wipe all are you missing a radio after that?
Yep, radios must be flashed via HBOOT aka bootloader, as CWM or any other recovery can't see or modify the HBOOT partition on which the radio lives. Unless you're running TWRP or the jcase-modded CWM recovery, you can't go directly to bootloader within recovery. Since you rooted the long way (kudos, forces you to learn ADB), the easiest thing to do is use adb to get into bootloader.
|| Standard disclaimer: you do this at your own risk. Make a backup with recovery and or Titanium Backup as applicable before doing any updates, flashes, etc. I won't be held responsible for borked phones, crying babies, lamentations of women, etc ||
First, download the proper radio in the link from Liquid's thread, http://bit.ly/nxtKYQ
. That baseband you posted is the old MR1 radio, but Liquid's ROMs and many others need the so called MR2 radios. Use an MD5 checksum tool to make sure the file you download has this checksum: f38d27c32875778c9b586761d328a455
Then, take that file and put it on the root folder of your phone's SD card (in other words, just H:\ or whatever in Windows it gets mounted as, not inside a subfolder) and make sure it's named PG05IMG.zip
Connect the phone to your computer, make sure ADB sees the phone by running the adb devices
command. If you see a device listed, you're set to reboot to bootloader with this command: adb reboot bootloader
Use the volume up and down keys to select FASTBOOT or BOOTLOADER. It'll scan your card looking for that PG05IMG.zip file. Once found, it'll ask if you want to update (should only list RADIO and some MV2 or MR2 file or something). Hit volume up to start the update. This is just a radio update, so it shouldn't take more than a couple minutes.
Once done, it'll prompt you to hit the power key to reboot. Do so, and you should boot back into the rooted MR1 image you have, but with no service (that's a good thing, as that ROM is not compatible with the newer radio). Delete the PG05IMG.zip file off the root of your SD card. You'll thank me later in case you can only use the power on + VOL UP key method of getting into HBOOT/bootloader/recovery.
Then, use adb reboot recovery
to get back to recovery. Coming from stock sense, you'll definitely want to do a full wipe, and I'd also go to the mounts menu and format system for good measure.
Flash LTB, CM7, A05PTH3ORY, OMFGB, or any of the other fine ROMs (I'm obviously partial to the AOSP flavors if you can't tell), and enjoy.