Did anyone ever figure this out? I put Cyanogen's 3.9.10 on my Mytouch, and while I appreciate all the work the guy has done, there are still a few things that prevent me from being totally happy with it. So I put this ROM on thinking I would get back to the stock T-Mobile build but the Wifi, Bluetooth, and rotation sensors are broken for me too. (So I guess this isn't an actual dump of the retail image but something rebuilt to be close? But if it was rebuilt then why not bother adding root?)
EDIT: Eh, nevermind. I ended up downloading the official OTA release, resigning it, and flashing that. Which of course works just fine. Note to anyone else that wants to do this -- the OTA contains a recovery image (and radio image) as well so it will overwrite yours. Afterward follow the instructions in the "How To Root" thread on using fastboot to re-install a custom recovery image.
java -jar signapk.jar testkey.x509.pem testkey.pk8 signed-opal-ota-150449.95700137.zip update.zip
1. Boot the device in fastboot mode. 2. Connect the device to your machine over USB. 3. fastboot boot recovery-RAv1.2.0G.img Wait for a minute or two.. adb shell mount -a Ignore the failed mounts... adb push recovery-RAv1.2.0G.img /system/recovery.img adb push recovery-RAv1.2.0G.img /sdcard/recovery-RAv1.2.0G.img adb shell flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery-RAv1.2.0G.img 4. Reboot
adb shell mount -a
adb push bin/su /system/bin adb shell chmod 4755 /system/bin/su
adb uninstall koushikdutta.superuser adb install bin/Superuser.apk
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