sb did you try the full blown manual method before yours? just curious... real helpful in learning what's going on... I ended up doing it manually, but using the superboot.img from your method b/c the original unsecure boot.img evidently doesn't work on .0.2.
I'm rooted and everything is back to the way I like it. Gonna do a Titanium backup and try to figure out wireless tether. Thanks again sbenson!
Just wanted to add a comment.
If u flash cwm recovery don't delete recover from boot p file in system with root explorer just simply add .bak to the end of it and remove all permissions.
This makes returning the stock recovery as simple as a reboot if ever needed.
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I'm just glad this worked for a lot of you, and my hats off to those of you here providing support and ideas to those running into issues. Good work everyone.
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