The smartphone battle continues. As you know there has been a lot of argument lately about which smartphone is the best? With the recent make over of the windows phone operating system, everyone is wondering whether or not it
A lot of people are into digging through official source code, that's why the HTC Developer Center is around, anyways. Well HTC has just gone and released the source code for the Desire Z, G2, and the Droid Incredible update that
The processor onboard the T-Mobile G2 is the well known 800 MHz Snapdragon which although it's impressive - it's not good enough for many. But, after some extensive work from the folks at xda-developers the device is now clocking
We first heard word of the HTC Desire Z launching on Bell yesterday, and now we have a launch date. Coming November 3rd the HTC Sense equipped G2 will be ready for Bell’s super fast HSPA+ network. Continue Reading...
We know people who have gotten the OTA update for their G2’s enabling WiFi Calling and Tethering. However, it seems T-Mobile is not ready to comment, if the push was a mistake, or premature. T-Mobile provided an official
Word is that users are reportedly being pushed an OTA update for the T-Mobile G2. The update is being said to include WiFi calling capabilities as well as bringing USB Tethering and Portable WiFi Hotspot features to the device.
Regardless of some recent controversy regarding the root issues, as well as build issues. But still, the G2 is one of the most impressive, full featured phones on the market. To make things even better, it’s only $99 from
Fans of rooting Android devices to make them more useful or different were hit with a road bump this week when the G2 was found to have a chip preventing software modification. After some stir up T-Mobile has now responded to
The much hyped T-Mobile G2 is officially available today. It’s long journey to launch: rumors, followed by pictures, pre orders, early arrivals, and hardware problems, is now coming to an end with the official launch date set
Things are starting to make sense regarding the “Temporary Root” that we head about last week. It is being said that the G2 has an internal microchip that flat-out prevents permanent modifications. This may be the cause of