Tag Archives: Android

Samsung Gravity Touch 2 “GT2” Unveils Itself

The original Samsung Gravity T was a midrange phone with 3G capability billed as a great device for “Connected Socializers.” Well the next generation Gravity phone for T-Mobile is about to see a big bump with the addition of Android. The “First Android device for the Gravity brand that is optimized for texting” will include a 3.2″ screen with full slide out keyboard, 3 megapixel camera and runs Android 2.2. The Gravity … [read full article]

T-Mobile Not Among Leaked Galaxy S 2 Carrier Branding?

A story making some waves this morning through the T-Mobile community comes courtesy of Pocketnow who uncovered the carrier branded names of the AT&T, Sprint and Verizon editions of the Galaxy S 2. T-Mobile was notably absent from the list of acquired carrier names and an immediate assumption was made that T-Mobile might not be carrying the Galaxy S 2. We feel compelled to remind people that there were multiple editions of … [read full article]

T-Mobile Dealer Leak Confirms June 8th Release Date For HTC Sensation 4G

The HTC Sensation 4G news just keeps getting better over the weekend as we just received the above screen shot confirming the much rumored June 8th release date. This comes on top of last nights leaked screen shot that confirmed Target’s release date and pricing. However, this date is for T-Mobile directly and we expect that Target will launch the phone on a Sunday which lines up perfectly … [read full article]

Deal Alert: Amazon Offering Sidekick 4G For $29.99, G2x For $79.99

Since we’re always looking for a deal on the newest T-Mobile handsets, Amazon has seen to oblige by notifying us that they have some excellent deals on the Sidekick 4G and G2x going on right now!   Looking to pick up the T-Mobile G2x, T-Mobile’s first dual-core Android device? Amazon is prepared to put that G2x in your hands for just $79.99 on a new contract or add a line with a … [read full article]

Get Netflix Working On Your T-Mobile G2x

T-Mobile G2x owners, are you have some jealousy issues with the announcement of Netflix for Android on specific phones only? Well thanks to the folks at XDA-Developers we can get your G2x up and running with Netflix in just a few (mostly) easy steps. The whole process works by tricking Netflix into thinking that your G2x is really a G2 and voila, streaming Netflix video! First and foremost you’ll have to … [read full article]

ZOMG!!! Netflix Is Beginning To Rollout To Android Devices

It isn’t often that I write about Android specific apps here on TmoNews but Netflix has a special place in my heart for being one of the awesomest services available. That’s right I said awesomest. The app just hit the Android market and T-Mobile customers currently using a Nexus One, G2 and Samsung Nexus S can grab the app right now. On the Netflix blog they explain that the app is currently limited … [read full article]

T-Mobile G2 Gets Graced With Gingerbread, Unofficially

Well T-Mobile G2 owners can thank the folks at 911 Sniper and XDA who have managed to uncover and upload for your pleasure Gingerbread for the G2. Of course you’ll have to be rooted in order to get Gingerbread goodness working on your device but hey, what’s a little root for a whole lot of Gingerbread? Of course you can always wait for T-Mobile to deliver, after all it’s “coming soon.”[read full article]

T-Mobile To Only Sell Motorola Defy “Black” From Now On

Prepare yourself for some earth shattering news as T-Mobile will only sell the Motorola Defy in “Black” from now on. The above image indicates Motorola Defy sales will be of the all “Black” variant as opposed to the “Black Linen” which has the ivory tone backside. As of this writing both models are still available on T-Mobile.com so I’ll assume that will be the case until the remaining inventory of the Black … [read full article]

Andy Rubin Hints Toward Another Nexus Phone Arrival

During todays Google I/O conference Android head Andy Rubin sat down with the press and took a question about the future of Google’s Nexus brand series of devices. The question referred to Google’s efforts to work with carriers and OEM’s to push updates to Android devices faster and more efficiently and what this meant for the Nexus series? “I think the Nexus has been the thing we use to set the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Partners With Google, Android Updates For 18 Months

T-Mobile has partnered with Google in order to work toward a world where Android devices will receive platform updates for 18 months after a device launches. The only “catch” is that the hardware has to allow the update. I hope this doesn’t mean a phone can receive a 12 months update since it falls within that 18 month windows. This sounds great, but we’ll have to see a breakdown of the rules … [read full article]