1. brother_esau's Avatar
    what is the latest android version it should be running? also, under settings>status...it lists my phone number as "unknown"....any ideas?
    05-04-2011 04:21 PM
  2. brother_esau's Avatar
    sorry - meant to be in the GX2 thread...
    05-04-2011 04:22 PM
  3. Duvi's Avatar
    G2X....
    05-04-2011 04:38 PM
  4. benoit808's Avatar
    what is the latest android version it should be running? also, under settings>status...it lists my phone number as "unknown"....any ideas?
    It should be running 2.2.2. We should be getting 2.3.3 soon (but we don't know when) and hopefully 2.3.4 shortly after that (or instead of that?)

    As for your phone number, maybe the phone didn't pick that up yet? I'd wait a little bit and check again
    05-04-2011 05:24 PM
  5. Duvi's Avatar
    try to reboot your phone and see if it shows...
    05-04-2011 05:44 PM
  6. brother_esau's Avatar
    thanks, all. and if I am rooted, i will still get the updates as they come in?
    05-04-2011 05:51 PM
  7. Duvi's Avatar
    thanks, all. and if I am rooted, i will still get the updates as they come in?
    If I root, will I still receive operating system updates from my carrier?
    Maybe. More than likely if you’ve just rooted your phone so you could have access to the full file system and haven’t drastically changed things, the phone will still pass your carrier's checks and upgrade. If you’ve delved deeper and really customized your device, count on not being able to upgrade. Carrier updates were designed to work with the original software, so they need to be sure that’s what the phone is running. Again, this is for your own good. T-Mobile or Verizon can’t offer technical support for things they haven’t trained their technicians on, and if you flash a carrier approved update over custom software it’s probably not going to work.

    The good news is that failing the checks the carrier does during an update won’t cause any damage to your phone. The update will just quit and you’ll be back where you started. Then you can decide if you would like to un-root and upgrade or take another path. The worst case scenario is that the phone passes the carriers checks, updates, and then things get broken. That’s pretty unlikely, but possible. If that would happen, you won’t be alone. Everyone in your situation will scramble to their favorite Android user forum and hopefully a work around can be found.

    Note - a carrier update may also break the ability to root the device and a new method will need to be found. Any discussion of upgrading and root needs this mentioned as well. Most folks who root and decide to install a custom ROM wait for the ROM developer to provide an update that includes any bug fixes or new capabilities of the carrier update.

    [Source: Rooting - is it for me? Some Q&A]
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    05-04-2011 06:00 PM
  8. ROne21's Avatar
    that's some good infos
    05-05-2011 05:41 PM
  9. olliegrl's Avatar
    Mine did the same thing with the "unknown" number. if you call TMO and tell them they'll send some kind of something to your phone to update it.
    05-05-2011 06:25 PM
  10. jisungoppa's Avatar
    Mine did the same thing with the "unknown" number. if you call TMO and tell them they'll send some kind of something to your phone to update it.
    Thanks for the info
    06-25-2011 03:31 AM
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