Thallium-bromide (TlBr) is a viable alternative to CZT for room-temperature gamma ray spectroscopy because of its high atomic number, high density, and wide band-gap. Sub-1% FWHM energy resolution at 662 keV has been achieved on 5 mm thick pixelated devices, however, these results are mostly limited to stable operation at -20°C. During room-temperature operation, the devices degrade and fail, a phenomenon known as polarization. Polarization is likely caused by bulk-to-contact interactions facilitated by ionic conduction. In 2008, Hitomi et al. found that room-temperature lifetime could be extended by applying Tl electrodes. In this work, we verify stable room-temperature performance of a 4.1 mm thick pixelated TlBr detector with Tl electrodes. Energy resolution, mobility-lifetime product, and resistivity are characterized and presented. Resolutions of 1.6% and 1.2% FWHM are achieved for all depths and cathode-side events only, respectively. A very high electron mobility-lifetime product is calculated: 3.1±0.2 ·10-2 cm2/V.