T-Mobile Pushes out Mysterious Update for MyTouch 3G
Last night, around 11PM PST, I received a little notification from T-Mobile on MyTouch 3G, alerting me of an available update. Â Naturally, I got all excited until I looked at the details and it was still Android 1.6. Â Of course, I installed it anyway.
Are there any noticeable difference? Â Well, I did notice that my own apps are gone from the Android Market. Â My own, as in, I developed them. Â I also noticed the absence of some other titles, notably “Linked” (former “Linkedin”) app. I just verified with a buddy who has a G1 and he sees my apps just fine so it’s definitely my phone that has this problem.
I will contact T-Mobile right now to see if they are aware of what might have happened. Â Have any of you seen any updates or noticeable changes as a customer or developer?
UPDATE: Our own Nicole says that this update is to fix the calls being missed as they were not showing as missed calls. Â She said she received hers about a week ago.
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