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T-Mobile Recognizes The G2x's Issues, Promises Fix

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The G2x is a mighty fine phone, and one we’d almost always whole heartedly recommend to our friends looking to jump into the Android world. Alas, there’s a fairly decent chance that recommendation might result in some of our friends hating us.

Here’s the problem: while it’s generally a mighty fine phone, there seems to be a batch or two out there floating around with some rather nasty issues — namely, it reboots itself just about whenever the heck it sees fit. Said issues have lead to talks of a recall — something which, according to a statement from T-Mobile to PC Mag, just isn’t in the cards right now.

The issue is software-related, it seems, as the T-Mobile rep also indicated that they “are working with LG to deliver a software update, which [they] expect to offer some performance enhancements.” Of course, there’s always a chance that there are hardware issues that have just slipped under T-Mobile’s radar — we’ll just have to wait and see if LG can software-patch away our woes.