The Kyocera M2000, also known as the Kyocera X-tc as well as the Kyocera G2Go! is a CDMA QWERTY slider phone released in Q4 2008.
The M2000 was released exclusively on Virgin Mobile at first, but unsold stock was eventually sold to other carriers where it would become available on PagePlus Cellular.
|HW Platform/Chipset||Qualcomm QSC6055|
|Flash memory||128MB, 72MB available to user (Samsung K5E1G12ACG-A076)|
|RAM||64MB DDR (Samsung K5E1G12ACG-A076)|
|Card slot||microSDHC (up to 32GB)|
|Phonebook capacity||Max 500|
|Charging and data connector||Micro USB|
|Operating modes||CDMA 1900|
|Bluetooth||HSP, HFP 1.5, A2DP, AVRC|
|Rear camera||1.3 Megapixel (1280x1024), LED Flash|
|Synthesizer||Faith, Inc. "BREW 3.1" software synthesis|
|Java||Yes (only through browser)|
- Kyocera TXBAT10159 (3.7 V, 790 mAh, Li-ion)
Virgin Mobile Limitations
Virgin Mobile was known for locking down their CDMA feature phones by a great margin, and the M2000 is no exception to this. The microUSB port is only used for charging, and when connected to a computer, nothing happens. Reportedly there's a dial code to enable this but currently this code is unknown.
No firmware dump is available at the moment.