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T-Mobile G1 gets a mystery update

It’s raining updates for the users of T-Mobile G1. While most of us are yet to lay our hands on the first Android phone, the lucky few who went ahead and bought it already have had to update the build OTA.

While the popular word is that the build number is RC28, one reader over at Engadget has come across a mystery RC29 update. His device now runs the RC29 after his device rebooted “a few times”, according to the post. Another user, however, required only one single reboot and only about 5 minutes of his time.

Have you come across such updates yet?

9 COMMENTS

  1. well i got THREE – almost identical emails – yesterday – which was nice
    telling me slightly different details

    all linking to a page which would have price plan details – but didnt
    and telling me to log onto my t-mobile to find out how to get one.
    my t-mobile has no info on the G1 anywhere

    ewan faints in surprise 😉

  2. Suddenly, I really wish I was in the US/UK. The only handsets released around here are the ones that have gone through the blurry cam spy shots, unboxing pics and vids, first impression posts, thorough reviews, dissections and then “for sale” and “for free with contract” stages.

  3. well i got THREE – almost identical emails – yesterday – which was nice
    telling me slightly different details

    all linking to a page which would have price plan details – but didnt
    and telling me to log onto my t-mobile to find out how to get one.
    my t-mobile has no info on the G1 anywhere

    ewan faints in surprise 😉

  4. Suddenly, I really wish I was in the US/UK. The only handsets released around here are the ones that have gone through the blurry cam spy shots, unboxing pics and vids, first impression posts, thorough reviews, dissections and then “for sale” and “for free with contract” stages.

  5. well i got THREE – almost identical emails – yesterday – which was nice
    telling me slightly different details

    all linking to a page which would have price plan details – but didnt
    and telling me to log onto my t-mobile to find out how to get one.
    my t-mobile has no info on the G1 anywhere

    ewan faints in surprise 😉

  6. Suddenly, I really wish I was in the US/UK. The only handsets released around here are the ones that have gone through the blurry cam spy shots, unboxing pics and vids, first impression posts, thorough reviews, dissections and then “for sale” and “for free with contract” stages.

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