Yes sir. It flashed and I can get into the phone but i have no service.
Download the radio. It HAS to go in the root of your SD card as named.
Make sure you have a good battery charge.
Reboot your TB, and as it starts to boot back up hold the volume button down.
HBOOT (boot loader) will start up and find the image and ask if you want to flash it. As long as you have Clockwork Recovery installed, choose yes.
It will take some time.
As soon as that is done, you will be at the HBOOT menu again, choose "Recovery" which will bring you into recovery mode.
I suggest mounting the SDCard via USB right then and deleting the Radio image as leaving it in there will cause you needless headaches.
After deleting the IMG file, use CWR to wipe everything and install Gingeritis.
I would suggest checking out this link and make sure you follow the "rooted" instructions (assuming you are still rooted). If you went back to unrooted stock, root first and then follow the rooted instructions so you can flash custom ROMs again.
Thunderbolt MR2 Update File Leaks
Just to clarify the above, the radio file linked above is ONLY for rooted devices, if you lost root when flashing back, regain root before flashing the radio. The radio in the OP i the same radio as in the link in my prior post for rooted users.
Can we get a few stability reports & which kernel you guys are using? I love Thunderrom with Control Freak 2.0 kernel, but I'm eagerly awaiting a GB rom/kernel package that is extremely stable.
Device: HTC Thunderbolt
ROM: Gingeritis V1.0
Kernel: Imoseyon minimalistic
I've had 0 random reboots, the default kernel is stable and I am currently running Imoyeson's kernel in extreme underclock mode. ([GB Kernel] leanKernel: minimalistic kernel (3.0.1GB 6/7/11, v3.1.3cm7 6/15/11) - xda-developers for the kernel)
I will say ..... battery life with ALL the GB ROMs I have used do not stack up the the battery life I got out of A Perfect Storm 1.5, which I really liked as a Froyo ROM.