It’s become quite the trend with unreleased phones lately, so we don’t expect anything less: the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G’s ROM has been leaked. No word on if this is the final firmware being shipped with the phone, but us Android-loving folks normally don’t care about that stuff. We care about what can be found hidden deep within the source code, so if any of you find the time (and desire) to jump into this package, be sure to let us know what unusual goodies you find!
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