While those living in Europe may have gotten their hands on the Galaxy Nexus before those of us in the states, it seems that their joy may be short lived as a recent audio bug has popped up affecting those in Europe on the GSM 900MHz band. The problem here seems to be that the handset’s volume control has gotten a mind of its own, as it jumps back and forth from mute to full blast and everything in between.
If you think that this could be another isolated incident, a poll conducted on the XDA forums has suggested that 60% of Galaxy Nexus owners are afflicted by this bug. No word from Samsung or Google acknowledging this problem yet, but hopefully that will happen soon as this problem looks high inconvenient as demonstrated in the video below. Any of our European readers with Galaxy Nexus handsets experiencing this problem too?
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