Archives For G2
A new leak says HTC is planning mid-range and low-end phones to coe out shortly after the HTC M7 release, but the company may not hsow them at MWC 2013.
Gingerbread for the T-Mobile G2 has begun to officially roll out and will finish doing so over the next few weeks.
The official Gingerbread update for the T-Mobile G2 has leaked out, ready for manual install.
It appears that HTC has made good on its word as the Gingerbread update for the HTC Desire Z is now reportedly rolling out to owners.
Hulu has rolled out support for its Hulu Plus application to four more devices including the HTC ThunderBolt, HTC EVO 4G, T-Mobile G2, and the myTouch 4G.
Another document has surfaced indicating that the T-Mobile G2 Gingerbread update is close to being released.
T-Mobile seems to be gearing up to kill off the HTC-made G2 smartphone at some point in the near future.
T-Mobile is offering up their G2 smartphone for free, online only, through June 2nd.
T-Mobile is holding a web only sale for a limited time tonight with the carrier offering up the Sidekick 4G and HTC-made for free.
Despite a streaming Google Movies coming to many Android devices, Netflix on Android is only available for five old phones.
Netflix for Android has arrived on the Android Market but it's only available for five devices.
In case you had doubts that T-Mobile G2 wouldn't be getting Android 2.3 in the near future, evidence has surfaced that should help sway you.
T-Mobile has confirmed that the HTC-made G2 will be getting Android 2.3 Gingerbread at some point in the near future.
A look at which phones already have Android 2.3 Gingerbread, will be getting the update and which ones will be left out in the cold.
HTC has apparently confirmed plans to bring Gingerbread to the T-Mobile G2 at some point during Q2.
This is bittersweet for me. I just switched my personal cell service over to T-Mobile after 12 years with AT&T. I was wondering if I should be able to use the WiFi hotspot application that was pre-installed on the MT4G for free.
If you're the proud owner of T-Mobile USA's first official HSPA+ smartphone, you'll be happy to know that the carrier of your choice will be pushing a firmware update to the T-Mobile HTC G2 over the air starting today.