« on: July 03, 2011, 09:14:20 pm »
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I didn't think ppl in Retail Sales could earn that much really. I thought it was 9 or 10 an hour.
Actually its impossible in the state of the device to create a permaroot due to the fact that HTC encrypted the bootloader. There were many compliants so at some point the bootloader will be unlocked by OTA so you don't have to do S=OFF.
They are trying their best at this point to do something but it will be an extremely long time before they can get through the encryption. Probably HTC will actually unlock it before they can find a way for permaroot.
hello, back for another take on tmobile devices! the sensation has arrived. it sounds like a very good device, but without root and cyanogenmod, i'm not so sure it's for me. the mytouch 4G slide is coming in july, and for camera buffs who like a physical kb this could be a great device. i'm am totally hoping the hercules will be the galaxy sII and not a 4.5" device like the infuse, that would make the pixel density terrible, even with super amoled plus. qhd is the way to go on devices 4.3" and above. heck even 4" devices would be great with qhd. the g2x is still pretty attractive if only it can get out of that mud puddle it put itself in to with all the manufacturing and sw issues. so here's hoping for more upcoming tmobile device news soon.
Well a majority of ppl don't root their device. So sure buying the device rooting it and installing a Custom ROM can fix the problems completely. Problems are probably not there for 2.3.3. I noticed overall Froyo seems to have a few problems of its own thats fixed in Gingerbread.
Well if the issue was software related they don't have to necessarily send them back. They would just hold them and declare out of stock till an update was sent and those phones would process that OTA to fix the issues and be re-sold again.
I do know of a few ppl who got the G2X and have issues with bootlooping for example and one of those ppl is a rep at T-Mobile. Now that doesn't mean that some stores still won't sell them.
David said the phone was pulled. It also was out of stock. Doesn't that prove anything.
Where have u been? Alot of G2x we're reported defective. Theres an article just about everywhere on the pulling.
The main issue of the device was bootlooping and connection issues.