Mid-October, we first reported T-Mobile would begin rolling out the long awaited and highly anticipated Android 2.2 Froyo update for original myTouch 3G owners. T-Mobile has announced via their forums that the original myTouch 3G 2.2 update was successfully completed on December 15th 2010. Additionally, T-Mobile has announced that the update for myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and myTouch 3G Fender Limted Edition will be rolled out beginning Wednesday, January 12th. The OTA … [read full article]
Well isn’t this pretty? The myTouch family all together in one area, with a list of their different attributes and benefits. Cute. Either way, as wireless carriers tend to do, T-Mobile has developed a nice little comparison chart to, well, compare the different myTouch phones. As expected, the new myTouch (myTouch Hd / Emerald) is the king of them all, with all the fancy new features. The myTouch Slide, though, still doesn’t … [read full article]
The title pretty much says it all. The myTouch 3G Fender LE is back in stock! Your local T-Mobile stores should have some in starting today. Act quickly, because stores will be receiving limited quantities and this will be the very last shipment T-Mobile stores will receive. Anyone pick one of these bad boys up yet? Leave your thoughts in the comments!
After being sold out within three weeks of its debut, the Eric Clapton inspired myTouch 3G Fender Edition is ready to make a comeback. Deemed a tremendous success, T-Mobile stores will be receiving one additional shipment on March 31st. But act quickly, because our sources tell us that this this will be the last shipment T-Mobile will receive. Remember, you can always get one free!
Here is some news that will definitely excite those of you running an outdated version of the Android OS on your handset. The guys over at AndroidandMe are reporting that ALL U.S Android handsets will get an update to Android 2.1. But there’s a catch! Processor speeds will prevent all of them from receiving every single feature that is present on the Nexus One, such as live wallpapers. Nonetheless, the handset will have the Android 2.1 … [read full article]
Well as it turns out, the MyTouch Fender is fairly popular, to the tune of 17,250 units sold since its release three weeks ago. While it’s a special edition, translation “limited edition” T-Mobile has decided that a second round of orders for the device is necessary and come April, they’ll be stocked and ready. In fact T-Mobile is planning on using some nifty database work to see that stores that have individuals waiting for the … [read full article]
One of our sources hit us up today with the image above. Apparently, the MyTouch Fender Limited Edition will no longer be available for existing customers that want to upgrade to the handset. Additionally, the original MyTouch 3G in the shade of black, will no longer be available for upgrade either. Our sources are claiming that the reason for the Fender LE removal is because the handset is out of stock in the warehouse. Did the MyTouch … [read full article]
One of our ninjas just hit us up with some bad news for those of you that purchased a Fender myTouch 3G. T-Mobile will not, I repeat, will not offer returns on the myTouch LE Fender. According to T-Mobile the myTouch 3G LE Fender is not eligible for returns even during the Buyer’s Remorse Period. Apparently all Limited Edition handsets cannot be returned. So that means, one you purchase it, you’re stuck with it, that is unless … [read full article]
While I would guess that probably a grand total of zero people are losing sleep regarding the MyTouch LE RAM “debate,” I figured the above screen shot would settle the matter. For those who you haven’t paid any attention whatsoever to this “issue,” rumors had sparked that the Fender MyTouch LE came with 288mb of ram rather than the current MyTouch3G’s 192mb. Judging by the image above we’re splitting the difference and going with 256mb, … [read full article]