T-Mobile MyTouch Slide

Last updated: Nov 16th, 2010.

T-Mobile launched the world's first Android Phone - the G1 - with a focus on function. The carrier removed the keyboard in favor of curves, sexifying it up in the form of the MyTouch 3G. Now smashh the two together and you've got the best of both worlds.

The T-Mobile MyTouch Slide combines the function of the G1 with the style of the MyTouch 3G in one beautiful and convenient package:

The MyTouch Slide was announced May 4th 2010 and Launced in June 2010 to none other than T-mobile US certainly fitting nicely within their existing Android range. Some specs include a 3.4" inch capacitive screen supporting multi-touch, and a 5 MP camera with single LED flash.

The MyTouch Slide has other interesting features including the innovative Swype keyboard pre-installed, a 'Genius button' which interacts with advance voice recognition software allowing you to control certain actions on your phone just using your voice & HTC's latest User Interface 'Espresso' bringing you a great customizable user experience while browsing your homescreens - All 5-7 of them - you decide!

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T-Mobile posts up minor updates for myTouch 3G Slide and G2

HTC and T-Mobile are touching up the pain on a few older models with the release of new software updates for the T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide and T-Mobile G2. The updates don’t come with a change in Android version, but they do move the needle on the software versions. The myTouch3G Slide moves up to …
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Source Code Released for HTC Incredible S, myTouch 3G Slide, Wildfire

For you developer types out there (or those simply interested in perusing line by line the code of your beloved handsets), HTC has released the source code for three more handsets into their developer portal. The code for the HTC Incredible S, T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide, and HTC Wildfire are now available for download. For …
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Android 2.2.1 ROM Leaks for MyTouch Slide

Nope, T-Mobile didn’t forget about you, Slide owners: one XDA developer has released a 2.2.1-based Espresso ROM for you folks to enjoy. He alleges it’s based on a new leak from T-Mobile. This could indicate a rollout is close to being initiated, but we’ve seen what happens when we assume based on leaks. (Hint: tons …
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T-Mobile TV Heading to MyTouch Slide and Vibrant

Steady yourselves MTS and Vibrant owners, T-Mobile TV is coming to a handset near you. TmoNews just got a Streamline snapshot containing an announcement that an OTA will be heading to handsets “during the last week in October”. And wouldn’t you know, the last week in October (by numbers) starts tomorrow. T-Mobile TV is a …
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ShootMe Works on Non-Rooted T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide, As Well

That same security hole that plagued the HTC EVO 4G (which allowed root-only application ShootMe to go about its business as usual) has been discovered to work for non-rooted MyTouch 3G Slides. It was discovered when a few of our members over at the Slide section at AndroidForums.com were trying to compare speed test results …
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CyanogenMod Targeting Eight Devices for Android 2.2

Now that Google has open-sourced the code for Froyo (Android 2.2) you better believe the folks at CyanogenMod aren’t just going to sit on their hands and wait for the manufacturer’s to port the OS to their phones. Not in the least, as the team is already plugging away at the next version of their …
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myTouch 3G Slide Gets Rooted

Because you just can’t stop an Android modder from rooting every phone that lands in their hands, the latest to get the treatment is the myTouch 3G Slide. After doing some work on the Cliq and Behold II, Eugene373 over at XDA-Developers set his sites on the Slide and has given a nice how-to for …
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T-Mobile: Yea, The iPhone 4 Has Some Features, So Do Our Android Phones

In what looks to be a very pointless (and counteractive) memo, T-Mobile’s outlining the different features of some of their flagship phones (including the T-Mobile Garminfone and T-Mobile MyTouch Slide alongside the WinMo-bred HD2) up against the iPhone 4. It’s pointless because T-Mobile’s not downplaying the iPhone 4 in any way: they’re simply advertising the …
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T-Mobile Getting A Head Start With the MyTouch Slide Marketing Campaign

The device isn’t set to make a full-scale marketing and launch blitz until June 16th (on a major scale, anyway) but T-Mobile’s starting to get their advertising campaigns out and about for the T-Mobile MyTouch Slide. One reader over at TmoNews spotted a poster in the New York City subway, with David from TmoNews seeing …