POSTS TAGGED: T-Mobile G2x
Posted July 24, 2012 at 05:00 pm by mustangtim49
Jelly Bean has made its way across these forums at a fever-pitch. Practically every day, we report on another device receiving support in some form, and the list continues to grow. Now, thanks to Team EaglesBlood and XDA Recognized Developer doniqcc, T-Mobile G2x owners have received a pre-alpha AOSP build of JellyBean and now can join in on all the hype.
According to EaglesBlood, there will be no support provided for this release, as it is still in development. The guys from EaglesBlood just wanted to give the G2x community a taste of JellyBean and give users the chance to take the latest version of Android for a spin. This is a “barebones” AOSP build, and is not yet fully functional. The developerss . . . READ ON »
Posted May 16, 2011 at 12:00 am by mic_888
If you want to do more with the stock camera on your T-Mobile LG G2x, take a look at XDA forum member flexnix‘s DIY fisheye lens attachment.
The mod is completely removable as proven by the XDA member who has just used the same lens attachment from his Samsung Vibrant and attached it to his G2x (photo is of the Vibrant).
The lens has a magnetic ring on the rear which needs to attach to a ring on your camera which will need adhesive applied.
The forum member has mentioned only one issue in that the flash will be semi-blocked.
Posted May 2, 2011 at 03:00 am by Ben Elliott
Due to it being T-Mobile’s latest flagship device, it comes as no surprise to learn that the powerful LG G2x and its world-travelling cousin, the Optimus 2x, have been given their first official builds of the most popular custom ROM on Earth: CyanogenMod.
Nightly builds popped up for both the P990 (Optimus 2x) and the P999 (G2x) earlier today. Although they are official releases from the CyanogenMod team, as opposed to ports by other developers, the fact that these are only ‘nightlies’ hints that they may not at the moment be completely stable or bug-free. Known problems include issues with video capture, audio and auto-brightness.
Nonetheless, if you’ve been dying to try out the G. . . READ ON »
Posted April 18, 2011 at 09:00 am by egzthunder1
As the battle of the dual cores rages on between our favorite (and not so favorite) manufacturers, and we are luckily stuck in the middle of this being showered with more and more options for our next purchases of mobile devices. The second phone to go live blessed with the technology of dual core processors (notice I said phones and not devices, as there are a few tabs with this in them already) comes from LG, who in coincidentally a late comer into the smartphone game. The LG Optimus 2X, also known as the T-Mobile G2x (thank you T-Mobile for the utterly confusing branding on this one) has finally been released by the US carrier. Neatly packed with features, and blazing fast performance, the G2x promises to be a good . . . READ ON »