The T-Mobile G2x has been available for quite some time, and T-Mo actually started rolling out Gingerbread for it a few months ago, and now they are planning to restart the update. This “restart” could be the result of some users who didn’t get the …
RadioShack is now offering all of their T-Mobile postpaid handset for free as part of a thinly veiled attempt to disguise their soon-to-be-terminated relationship with the carrier. They are calling a “back to school” deal but we know what it is. Either way, there are …
While we know our friends on the Cyanogenmod team have entered into nightlies for the G2X, many people who are not either into or able to root their devices have been wondering when they will see their shiny new G2X devices receiving Gingerbread in an official way. The answer may be sooner than later.
On the same day it hits T-Mobile stores, TeamDouche has already gotten a custom recovery image, ClockworkMod Recovery, running on the LG G2x. Proof came in a photo tweeted by TD’s Chris Soyars. That ClockwordMod Recovery is up and running means that G2x users should …
T-Mobile has once again taken to twitter to announce the release dates for upcoming Android handsets. This time we’re getting the goods on the dual-core LG handset that is the G2X as well as the Sidekick 4G from Samsung. Look for the Sidekick 4G to …
T-Mobile is starting a habit of rebranding devices to almost naked Android. This time, they’ve chosen the Optimus 2X, a new dual-core beast from LG. Being a big Android purist, I love the fact that they made it almost vanilla Android. I say “almost,” because …
The word today is that T-Mobile is expected to announce a launch date for their G-Slate and G2X devices next week at CTIA. According to TmoNews, the carrier should be releasing the Honeycomb tablet and dual-core handset on April 20th. Both are made by LG …
Finally…a dual-core Android phone for T-Mobile USA? TmoNews is reporting a leaked document that clearly showcases a picture of the T-Mobile G2X, which would be a rebrand of the LG Optimus 2X. Other than the picture of the device and logo, there is no other information given.
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