reposted here from PM, so it might help others:
hey there, don't want to provoke anybody else at that thread - but you had the same airplane mode problem as me, right?
well mine is fixed, and just to be clear - you either flashed B1 + Patch1 + Patch2 + (my)Patch3b, or just B2 + (my)Patch3b?
and this is actually my third version of the patch - there was 3, then 3a, and now 3b... if you ever flashed the first one, you need to manually delete the "/system/etc/install-recovery.sh" file
and tell me what files you have now in "/system/etc/init.d" folder (or you can try deleting them all and rebooting to make sure it's not something else - but remember to set the permissions if you copy them back afterwards)
Yes I had the same problem, and restart is needed for network to appear. I've installed this rom long ago, and it was B2, and when you made Pach3a i flashed him, and deleted "istall-recovery.sh", and when I saw that you make patch 3b I also flashed him (that was few hours ago). I only have some "install-recovery.sh.ori" in system/etc (plus bunch of others).
In system/etc/init.d folder I have: 00initdcheck, 00test, 01banner, 08setperm, 09uncapfps, 10tweaks, 11link2sd, 90userinit, S70darky_zipalign, S98system_tweak, sqlite_optimize, and all of them are "rwxrwxrwx" "owner 0:root" "group 2000:shell"
Is it safe to delete them all? But also I've flashed "Link2Int-v1.1-CWM.zip" from cyda after I've flashed yours pach3a, and I have bunch of apps in 2gb internal sd.
And also I have change the baseband from ICS to GB for overclock.
Thanks for the help, I appreciate it
my bad, the Patch3b didn't actually delete those problematic scripts (forgot to use recursive delete), so they are still there mixed with my own - sorry, here's a proper one:
another thing, I see that you deleted "/system/etc/install-recovery.sh" after flashing Link2Int (it creates a new one, or modifies the existing one and backups it as "install-recovery.sh.ori") - you need to flash it again after my Patch3c above, or it won't work any longer (and don't mess with "/system/etc/install-recovery.sh" anymore)
now all your problems will be fixed
not all versions of Link2Int use "install-recovery.sh", but reflash it again after my patch just the same, as it deletes another needed file ("/system/etc/init.d/90userinit")