Ever since the initial launch we have been asking, where is the white G1? Residents of the US only had the opportunity to choose from either black or brown, while residents of the UK have a choice between the black and white.
Everybody who has the T-Mobile G1 can testify that the USB adapter needed for the 3.5mm headphone jack is a bit clunky and annoying. Well it sounds like T-Mobile has taken note of this problem and now has a fix for those who have
With all the recent advancements we have seen lately closing the gap between the T-mobile G1 and Apple’s iPhone, there is yet another coming through the wood work. Reports are coming in that the T-Mobile G1 is technically
This morning at Adobe’s MAX event, Andy Rubin made an appearance and had a chance to show a brief demo. Do we even have to say what it was he was doing there? Here is a hint, he was doing a demo with the beloved T-Mobile G1.
This week a very strange bug was found in the Android software that could potentially cause problems. The bug takes all your keystrokes and secretly sends them to the root shell as commands with the highest user privileges. The
PhoneFusion today announced their Fusion Voicemail Plus service for Android Smartphones at the Under the Radar: Mobility event. This is fantastic news for those who went from owning an iPhone to the T-mobile G1. PhoneFusion
iSuppli estimates that the G1 is made with $143.89 worth in hardware costs. iSuppli has done a virtual teardown of the T-mobile G1 and come of with a Bill-on-Materials (BOM) required to construct the handset. It looks like it
It looks like members of the XDA Developers forum have just found a way to gain root access to root of the T-mobile G1. There apparently is a loop hole in the PTerminal application that grants access. Right now you can download
From the looks of It someone over at Graha has figured out a way to share internet connection with your computer. This is still not an official way to tether your G1, but it shows progress. This process is still in the
There’s now living proof that Wal-Mart will be offering the T-Mobile G1. Android Community member alpinestar snapped a couple of shots of printed material along with a dummy unit of the G1 at a local Wal-Mart.