T-Mobile G2, myTouch 4G Owners Can Upgrade In Store To Gingerbread Beginning August 6th

T-Mobile has updated their support documents for both the T-Mobile G2 and myTouch 4G allowing for customers to walk into a local T-Mobile store and upgrade their device to Gingerbread. Beginning August 6th (August 13th for customers in the West and Midwest regions) any G2 or myTouch 4G owner can walk into a T-Mobile retail store to receive the Gingerbread update using an SD card provided by the store location. T-Mobile had originally planned on beginning this process  August 5th but has pushed it back a few days for unknown reasons. Still, an extra day or two won’t hurt for those of you who have waited this long to receive Gingerbread goodness. Make sure to back up your phone before heading into your local store!

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  • guest

    im in california btw about 20 min from LA

  • Arash

    2.3.4 SUCKS big time, disables the keyboard backlight, the proximity sensor and shortcuts. It also adds SPYING system for HTC now instead of forceclose/wait options Google intended you to have you are stuck with forceclose/tellHTC even if you turn off Tell HTC feature that comes on as default. Why would someone want to go to the store to update??

    • Anonymous

      my keyboard backlight and proximity sensor works just fine, thank you! Battery life has more than doubled (and with no need for Juicedefender).

  • Arash

    2.3.4 SUCKS big time, disables the keyboard backlight, the proximity sensor and shortcuts. It also adds SPYING system for HTC now instead of forceclose/wait options Google intended you to have you are stuck with forceclose/tellHTC even if you turn off Tell HTC feature that comes on as default. Why would someone want to go to the store to update??

  • Kal

    I checked my wifes phone and she hasn’t gotten the ota yet!!! What does OTA stand for?