Gingerbread has started to hit multiple devices as people recompile the CyanogenMod 7 RC Alpha Zero. While the Alpha is still basically an AOSP ROM, with no CyanogenMod tweaks, it gives us all a great feeling of how it will be progressing. With the myTouch 4G recently joining the list of other HTC phones supporting Android 2.3 (EVO 4G, Incredible, Wildfire), it becomes obvious which smartphone manufacturer doesn’t mind letting their users tamper with their hardware.
If you want to find out how to upgrade your myTouch 4G to Gingerbread at XDA Developers, just Click Here. XDA member option94 has started a thread with everything you need to get it up and running. It does seem fairly stable, with the only problem being Windows 7 recognizing your phone via the USB. Flash at your own risk as it does void your warrenty.[Via AndroidSpin]