T-Mobile had begun alerting customers and users pf the Android-powered Samsung-made Sidekick 4G that will provide some improvements to the device, though the update isn’t actually a new iteration or version of the Android operating system. As such, T-Mobile still advises customers to accept this maintenance update release as it will fix bugs and improve performance despite not being an upgrade to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The upgrade will be staggered to roll out over a few days starting on July 21st so if you haven’t gotten notification on your device about this over-the-air update yet, don’t fret.
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