A small number of users of the T-Mobile myTouch 4G will be getting an upgrade to Android 2.3.3
starting on Wednesday. Besides updating the OS, other changes include offering an update for Swype and bringing Exchange 2010 compatibility. Some bugs will be repaired
including fixes for Bluetooth audio when answering a call, allowing messages to be saved in the inbox, a better domestic roaming signal, a display that is more responsive and stable during bootup and regular use, and a few unnamed stability and software fixes. Because the update will be downloading Android 2.3.3, not 2.3.4
onto the handset, gTalk video calling will not be enabled on the phone-at least for now.
If the small pilot test goes well, in a few weeks the update will resume and last the rest of the year which will allow all myTouch 4G owners to be rockin' the Gingerbread update. If you are one of the lucky ones whose myTouch 4G was chosen to be part of the pilot program,, let us know the changes that you've spotted on your handset by sending us a comment in the box below.
Starting Wednesday, a small number of T-Mobile myTouch 4G owners will receive an update to Android 2.3.3