Galaxy Nexus To Get a Software Update To Fix The Volume Bug
By on November 23rd, 2011

The Google’s Galaxy Nexus went on sale in the U.K. just a couple of days ago. The handset has been in the news for both, good as well as bad reasons. The phone, along with the latest version of Android (Ice Cream Sandwich), have been getting highly positive reviews from reviewers all over.

The bad part? Some early Galaxy Nexus owners have been facing a strange volume bug on their phone. If their brand new Nexus handset is on 2G mode, for some weird reason, the phone will automatically increase or decrease the ringtone volume. Rumors popped up on the Internet that this issue is a hardware issue, and this is why Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus still has not hit the retail stores.

Ending all the rumors, and the  negative  publicity with it, Samsung UK have confirmed that the volume bug is a software issue, and the company has already worked out a software fix for it. The company is now working hard to release the update as soon as possible.

Hopefully, Samsung and Verizon are also working hard on releasing the 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Nexus in the United Sates.

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