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MACKDEEZY510

Oct 27, 2010, 12:51 PM

Unable to send files via bluetooth?

I was trying to transfer files from my previous phone to the G2 and couldn't find how to send files via bluetooth. I was able to pair, connect, and receive, but not connect.
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Tofuchong

Jul 14, 2011, 3:32 PM
over in the "Hulu Expands Android Handset Compatibility" discussion:

myTouch ?

The mytouch 3G, myTouch 3G slide, and the myTouch Fender are certainly not compatable with that service. Only the myTouch 4G is.
cutboy1985

Jul 14, 2011, 8:07 AM
over in the "Hulu Expands Android Handset Compatibility" discussion:

Yeessssiiiirrrrr!!

The HTC Thunderbolt is finally mention in a new update for a application. I would rather Netflix but now their are going up on prices with the dvd's so i guess i will cancel and go with Hulu. I can watch from either my PS3 or phone now. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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island-guy

May 12, 2011, 4:34 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

No atrix support?!

Thanks a lot motorola Mad ?
What are these strict requirements?
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MadFatMan

May 16, 2011, 11:23 AM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

Yet ANOTHER reason to go with Sprint!

Any clue what this FREE application would do to your bill if you had data capped or tiered at 2GB or how your user experience would be compromised if you were throttled after exceeding what you carrier called heavy usage? It's NOT "pretty".

Between steaming Pandora on my car stereo or streaming Netflix to my tv via my EVO by way of HDMI video out my monthly data usage is sick! But this allows my EVO to live up to being the swiss army knife of moviles devices and that's not even addressing everything else that it can do for me when I don't have to watch my data use or worry about high bills or throttling my data speeds.

This is by far one of the more impressive apps since Slingbox and Pandora. Great 1st release!
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SquareCircuit

May 12, 2011, 4:46 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

Video out , 1GHZ and probally certain amount of ram

i believe it probably has to do a lot with the graphics capability of the phone for video out ,

i am no expert but i just assume that's why the Evo has support for it

anyone else know about other requirements that could be the reason some got skipped?'

sorry for the bad sentences long long day..
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cutboy1985

May 14, 2011, 10:00 AM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

CAN'T FIND IT!

I have the HTC Thunderbolt and can't locate it.
aviris

May 12, 2011, 4:36 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

No Galaxy S?

Really? That's nice and all for the other phones, but way to drop the ball on the same phone on 4 different carriers with the same specs as the others and a superior screen. Bravo.
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RobbieJnn

May 12, 2011, 4:20 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

yesssssss

slow time at work just received a swift kick in the family jewels
sneek24

Sep 20, 2010, 11:52 AM

A bit dissapointed...

I'm an avid G1 user and Ive been waiting for months for this phone to come out and now that I see the features that it had on it I'm pretty disappointed..

No front facing/duel cameras?? FAIL!!
Video calling is one of the coolest features out there right now..

No 1Ghz processor? WHYYYYYYY?????
I realize the 800Mhz probably isn't that much different but why not just go the distance and get the 1Ghz??

Would have liked to have seen a little bit of a larger screen.. With phones like the Galaxy, HD2, and other larger screen phones I would have liked to have seen a little bit larger screen on this phone. Confused

Anyways these are my gripes. Lol.. Kinda sad, guess ill be waiting for a different phone that has it all..
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Beef Supreme

Feb 9, 2011, 3:48 PM

2.3?

If anyone has any info on how i can get 2.3 on mine, without getting a chopped up ROM, i would be interested in finding out when. Thanks in advance
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ollywolf

Mar 16, 2011, 10:07 AM

Help

I downloaded an album from amazon. After I downloaded the album I listen to it and I had to shut my phone off for a few minutes for I had to go into a building that required the phone to be turned off. once I turn my phone on the album is gone. Now this is the second time this happened. What gives? Do I call customer care or do I contact amazon?
metropical

Mar 13, 2011, 12:15 PM

International G2

is this phone international or able to made after rooting?
Seems odd if not for a European corp.
RiggsTmobile

Jan 18, 2011, 9:36 AM

G2 IS FREE! 1/17-1/19

Thats right, get em while they are hot.
g2 instant free with any new activation
juttsin2

Sep 23, 2010, 11:09 PM

HTC G2. More like nexus 2.

Like another person's post. This phone is going to be loaded with vanilla android. (unaltered and not watered down). So... t-mobile never officially got the nexus... we do get the nexus 2.

I really dont understand why this phone is named the G2... Wouldnt the "my touch" be the G2? how about the "my touch 3.5mm"?
or the "LE Fender my touch"? "my touch slide"?

They should have just named it the G5. That is an entire "G" ahead of sprints "4g".
(yes... people are that dumb)

Rumors from the t-mobile side. This phone may not support wifi tethering. This is also the reason that the other phones don't have Froyo (2.2) yet.

Yes. You will get the first HSPA+ phone. But... you may not be able to share this speed with anyone else. Some...
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bluecoyote

Oct 17, 2010, 12:51 PM
over in the "Review: T-Mobile G2" discussion:

Real World Speeds

Are you sure you just weren't on HSDPA 7.2? 5.6 Mbps is a cakewalk for my iPhone 4 on AT&T's network in Charlotte, and getting 2.8-3Mbps is pretty much the norm
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BiGg RiE

Oct 7, 2010, 10:41 AM

ROOT PROOF?

It seems that the A-holes @ tmobile decided to make the bootloader on the G2 self aware.

What does that mean you ask? It means that while the G2 was successfully rooted just days after it's initial release, once you reboot the phone the bootloader checks to see if it has been rooted and if it has, it resets everything back to the way tmobile wants it. Shocked Eh?

WTH? Evil or Very Mad That is completely ridiculous. Confused I haven't made up my mind on whether I want to root his thing yet but I should have the option to do so. My main reasons for rooting would be the Wifi hotspot ability, installing to the SD card (let's face it 1.5 GB of internal storage isn't very much), full system back up to SD card, Super user control. etc

Sure I can and have ...
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DiamondPro

Oct 12, 2010, 12:41 AM

Speed Test!

Whats your fastest speed test on the g2?
mustang03282

Oct 8, 2010, 9:27 AM

will people please stop calling the mytouch the g2

my chargers, screen protectors, and extended battery came in today all from different companys and listed as works on the tmobile g2. Sure enough everything came in and is for the mytouch not the g2 so when ordered stuff make sure the seller knows the difference between the phones
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mustang03282

Oct 7, 2010, 4:57 PM

3.5g speeds

I'm just wondering what kind of speeds people are seeing with this phone. I was told it maxes out at 14mbit but i was in philly today and did a few speed test and was getting 25 mbit down and a little over 5 mbit up . Im sure these4 speeds wont be as good once more people get 3.5 g phones but wow im really amazed. Most of my friends cant get them speeds on a home connection
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