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T-Mobile: No Recall On LG G2x, But Fix Coming

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May 26, 2011, 10:39 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

In response to reports that the LG G2x has been recalled due to quality problems, T-Mobile has said that's not the case. The phone is extremely popular, and T-Mobile is having a hard time keeping it in stock. However, some users are reporting a number of bugs, such as random reboots, which have been confirmed by Phone Scoop. T-Mobile has acknowledged the issue and says a software fix is forthcoming. In a statement emailed to PCMag, T-Mobile said, "Customer satisfaction for the G2x has been high. As with any new device, a small percentage of customers have commented about possible improvements and we are working with LG to deliver a software update, which we expect to offer some performance enhancements."


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May 26, 2011, 4:53 PM

LG Optimus T is a POS as well.

I've had 2 so far, and they lose their connection to the SD card regularly, lose icon graphics (even for on-phone apps), and crash if I remove the SD card (even though it says safe to remove). Two phones, 2 SD cards.

It doesn't do it as often as the G2x (based on others' reviews), but it is definitely a POS.

May 26, 2011, 1:12 PM

I took mine back within the first 14 days.

They probably are having a hard time keeping them in stock because all the returns and swaps they were getting. I swapped mine once but the guy who swapped it in the store said that he has sold maybe 3 and swapped out 14 in the first week.
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