Never mind that your T-Mobile G2 has just received the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update – T-Mobile is currently looking for customers to help them out with an issue – specifically folks who have experienced what they call “massive battery drains”, and without your input, they would have far less data and information to work around with – directly affecting the time a solution is able to be delivered to the market.
If you are one of the T-Mobile G2 owners who are affected, you might want to check out the T-Mobile support thread and share your experiences there. Is it a hardware or a software problem? I would think it is the latter, and to know whether it is the battery or not, you might want to replace the battery with a brand new one to see whether the issue still persists.
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