After nearly a year of false starts, T-Mobile seems to be finally getting a handle on releasing Gingerbread for the LG G2x. Starting yesterday, the company has been pushing new over the air updates to its phone, and it's promised that they will be available through May 14th. After that date, users will be able to get the update directly through LG's site. The update brings the phone to Android 2.3.4 and fixes a few issues with the G2x, including the random reboot problem that has plagued it since release.
We first saw an official Gingerbread upgrade preview in May of 2011, and Android 2.3.3 was released to customers in July and then again in December. However, some users experienced problems after getting updates directly from LG's site. We don't even want to think about what an upgrade cycle for Ice Cream Sandwich might look like, but at least the G2x is getting a bit of a facelift.