Good news for all the T-Mobile G2X (also known as the LG Optimus 2X) owners, Android 2.3 is ready. The update will bring all T-Mobile G2X devices up to the now mainstream Android 2.3 Gingerbread. LG Android Phones

We are learned that most HTC and Samsung handsets, aren’t scheduled to get the upgrade until sometime this spring. The T-Mobile G2X’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread update should be pushing soon, and with it. Android 2.3 will bring with it a revised copy and paste system, a true multi-touch keyboard and quicker suggestions. Of course this update itself is mostly concerned with patching a few holes and squashing some bugs. LG Cell Phone Software

There’s no much details about the Update, but we’ve heard few important things:

  • This update will be Android 2.3.3, not Android 2.3.4 with Google Talk Video Calling.
  • Scrolling and touch sensitivity appear to be notably improved.
  • Gingerbread keyboard, improved text highlighting
  • No Tags app, Nexus S Gingerbread system sounds not present
  • Gingerbread UI in menus, status bar, dialer, and in glow at the end of lists – buzz!
  • Stock Gingerbread camera app (replacing LG’s custom Froyo camera app)

As soon as we get some more information on the exact date that Android 2.3 Gingerbread will be available for the T-Mobile G2X we will let you guys know. LG-Optimus info

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alfred on 30 May, 2011 at 1:53 pm #

when and how will we know the 2.3 version is available. i just bought a G2x and would like to know about the upgrade. thanks

Jenny on 12 June, 2011 at 2:59 pm #

I would appreciate your advice about several questions I have about my LG G2X phone I just bought recently. For starters, I have never owned a smartphone of any sort, Android or otherwise, so this is all new to me. I have been reading all of the info in tech forums that I can to learn about both the inner and outer workings of my phone and how to take full advantage of its capabilities. One recommendation I keep running across is that I “root” my phone in order to improve its clock speed (is that the same as overclocking?). Proponents of rooting one’s phone insist that it is impossible to really utilize the phone’s full potential unless it’s rooted, that it is necessary to do so in order to install certain apps which I might find useful and that I will not be able to install software updates for my programs unless it is rooted. but which will not install unless my phone is rooted. Further, I am told by T-Mobile that my warranty would automatically be voided (both the manufacturer’s and the T-Mobile coverage I pay $6/month for just in case I lose, damage or otherwise have it die on me) which is obviously a concern. I’ve heard a lot of buzz about the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update which is/was supposed to come out this Spring/Summer, but I am not clear on whether that update is available now, if I’ll be automatically notified by T-Mobile that the update is ready for download and what problems it might solve including speed enhancement and a keyboard that is easier for me to use (I press the wrong buttons constantly and it’s frustrating!). Any advice/info you can give me on the subject will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

spudzANDRIOD on 30 June, 2011 at 4:55 pm #

It’s only out on the newest phones unless you hack your current one. T-mobile sux and lags on everything. If you’re lucky you can see it by winter 2011.

t-mobile Sux on 30 June, 2011 at 4:56 pm #

It should be out this summer even for t-mobile users… but ewww really you have t-mobile? That’s the worse company ever!

Al on 13 July, 2011 at 8:14 am #

If they replace the camera app with stock Android this would be a major fail!! the LG camera app is really great and one of the reason I came back to stock from CM7 big mistake!

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