HTC myTouch 4G

HTC now offers bootloader unlock for Hero, Legend, Eris, myTouch 3G and myTouch 4G

HTC now offers bootloader unlock for Hero, Legend, Eris, myTouch 3G and myTouch 4G

Jerry Hildenbrand 14

HTC has turned on the Wayback Machine and is now offering a bootloader unlock solution for the Droid Eris, the HTC Hero, the HTC Legend, and the T-Mobile myTouch 3G and 4G flavors.  It's a move that surprises most of us, as we never expected HTC to go back that far in their device lineup to do the right thing.  Most of us have moved past these devices, but I can't be the only one who...

T-Mobile to begin performing in-house Gingerbread updates for myTouch4G and G2 on August 6

T-Mobile to begin performing in-house Gingerbread updates for myTouch4G and G2 on August 6

Anndrew Vacca 10

Beginning this Saturday, August 6, myTouch 4G and  G2 owners can bring their devices into any T-Mobile retail store to upgrade to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Though the OTA updates are already underway, this is a welcome option for those with little patience, as the roll-out is said to take a number of weeks to complete. The update will bring all of Gingerbread’s goodies to the devices:...

T-Mobile stores receiving SD cards to assist in MyTouch 4G and G2 Gingerbread updates

T-Mobile stores receiving SD cards to assist in MyTouch 4G and G2 Gingerbread updates

Jerry Hildenbrand 9

According to this screenshot, T-Mobile retail locations will be receiving SD cards pre-loaded with the files to update the MyTouch 4G and T-Mobile G2 to Gingerbread, as well as updating the MyTouch 3G Slide to the latest Froyo version.  Coming August 1, techs in the stores will be able to assist customers who have difficulty understanding or completing the OTA update process, which is a...

Gingerbread update for the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G scheduled to start July 20

Gingerbread update for the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G scheduled to start July 20

Jerry Hildenbrand 32

 The T-Mobile myTouch 4G is slated to start seeing some of that sweet Gingerbread loving starting tomorrow (July 20).  According to T-Mobile, a limited pilot will kick things off, with the broader general roll out to begin in a few weeks.  Besides it being Gingerbread, T-Mobile says they're including the latest Swype update, and Exchange 2010 compatibility.  In the "resolved issues"...