However, I didn't write down the Telus APN settings before I did that, so I'm kinda screwed on data right now...
I did. Here's how it was written under an untouched phone (standard/vanilla android installation):
APN = sp.telus.com
Proxy = 220.127.116.11
Username = <not set>
Password = <not set>
Server = <not set>
MMSC = http://aliasredirect.net/proxy/mmsc
MMS proxy = 18.104.22.168
MMS Port = 80
MMS Protocol = WAP 2.0
MCC = 302
MNC = 220
APN type = default,mms
However, I too am wondering how did you manage to root your phone. I'm fairly new to the whole android community, but after a bit of tinkering I realised I had a perfect SPL, making it harder to boot custom images.
Care to share??
Note that I had these settings verbatim on my STOCK Hero, even with the sim card not triggered by Telus for usage yet. For what it's worth, the URL gives a HTTP error 404
EDIT: I just got back from my Telus store to fix my sim card not being activated yet on their network. Now that my phone is fully working (with an 'enabled' sim card), I can confirm that those APN settings I posted above are kept untouched after my phone synced (when it used my sim card for the first time) with Telus .
EDIT #2: Maybe it's just me, bot craig0r's URL are not well formatted, and I can't see a part of the URL (I see them as 'http://www.somethi......../ndex.html' ). Here's the full URLs in the same order:
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