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Phil, Jerry and Cory tackle all the Gingerbread leaks, the lack of Froyo on the Fascinate, and whether you really should be thinking about rooting your phone. Listen in!
Thing 1: Gingerbread's a-comin'!
- Hands-on with the leaked Gingerbread ROM for the Sprint EVO 4G
- New Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread build for Droid X reportedly is pushing over the air [Update: Verizon says no update yet]
- HTC Desire Gingerbread test ROM gets leaked
- Gingerbread apparently confirmed for the Epic 4G by internal Sprint document
- HTC confirms Android 2.3 Gingerbread coming to Droid Incredible this summer
Thing 2: The HTC Sensation and Sense 3.0
- HTC Sensation 4G coming to T-Mobile USA this summer
- HTC Sensation Specs
- HTC Sensation officially announced on Vodafone, hits Asia in Q2
- HTC Sensation has Gorilla Glass, aluminum unibody chassis
- HTC shows off Sensation in new promo videos
- HTC releases Sensation launch event videos
- Sense 3.0 limited to EVO 3D, Sensation, Flyer and newer devices [update: 'clarification' from HTC]
Thing 3: Maybe you shouldn't be rooting your phone
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