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Firmware updates

Will the LG Optimus 2X, G2X, or Optimus 3D get ICS? LG says the jury’s still out

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You know what’s not a good idea? Sitting on your thumbs and not anticipating a storm of questions that are sure to pour in once people start wondering if your flagship device will get update to the latest ve…

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Firmware updates

T-Mobile G2X Gingerbread update is officially rolling out OTA

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Not too long ago, we reported that T-Mobile G2X users could get the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update by downloading LG’s update tool. Finally, T-Mobile has started to roll out the update via OTA, so if y…

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HTC

T-Mobile G2X vs. HTC Sensation: which phone should I buy? [Comparison]

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Today marks a special day on the calendars of T-Mobile customers interested in Android phones and tablets. April 20 is the day when they have to make the decision to upgrade to the heart-racing speed of the T-Mob…

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T-Mobile

April 20 will be a glorious day at T-Mobile USA [Sidekick 4G and G2X]

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I’m sure there will be plenty of people stumbling into the mall food courts on April 20, 2011. But when 4.20 rolls around, head to the other side of the mall and visit the T-Mobile store to get your hands on th…

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LG

T-Mobile G2X gives stock Android dual-core love [Video Hands-on]

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AT&T-Mobile be damned, T-Mobile USA is still releasing great Android phones as it continues to operate as an independent company. Today at CTIA 2011, T-Mobile announced that it would begin offering the L…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile may already be readying phones for AT&T

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T-Mobile may be saying that everything is business as usual in light of the AT&T purchase, but they may actually be getting their phones ready for the switch. The spec sheet for the newly announced T-Mobile…

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LG

T-Mobile adds to their G-series with the announced G2X

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While T-Mobile’s days as T-Mobile may be limited, they are still working on building their own brand of Android devices. Verizon has the Droid series, Sprint seems to be working on the Evo series, and T-M…

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