T-Mobile and LG have announced that the Gingerbread update for the T-Mobile G2X is once again rolling out, after a couple of failed attempts.  At first you had to use the LG desktop software to install it, then we saw a limited OTA which was halted, and now we see another OTA.  Hopefully, all the issues are ironed out and all of us who bought one of these can enjoy a more current OS.  If you're impatient and don;t want to wait for the OTA, you can manually apply the update via the LG updater tool -- hit the links below for more info.  As one of the best built Android phones ever, with the great Tegra 2 game heavy chipset, we're happy to see it with almost current software.  Now bring on the Ice Cream Sandwich!

Source: T-Mobile
Manually update your G2X

There are 4 comments

ARich91 says:

I recently exchanged my Sensation 4G with T-Mobile due to dust under the screen, and was offered either a replacement Sensation, or a G2X. I decided to stick with the Sensation, as the G2X (from what I heard) had issues with Gingerbread and a smaller screen.
The stock Android sure was tempting though!

rcobourn says:

Just tried to do a manual update, and it reports "The Cell phone is the latest version already. So you don't need to update."

If you have already manually done the GB update, looks like this is the same version.

acstewart82 says:

I got mine new from tmobile a couple weeks back and it came with gingerbread.

Fertie says:

The manual update still requires Windows, so Mac users are SOL unless they are lucky enough to get the OTA update. I did NOT last time around.