Fret not ladies and gentlemen who cannot wait to wrap their hands around Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone but are rather apprehensive of the volume bug which has been making news around the world – Google has managed to fix the problem after being aware of this particular niggling issue. While all the evidence does seem to point towards a physical interference issue, Google thinks otherwise, and intend to “cure” this malady with a software update. According to Google, “We are aware of the volume issue and have developed a fix. We will update devices as soon as possible.”
I guess “as soon as possible” is relative – and Google had better get it right before the Galaxy Nexus is released to the masses in due time. Hopefully this fix will arrive in the form of an Over The Air (OTA) update instead of having you to hook up your handset to a computer and manually performing the installation. Oh yeah, may this update not cause more bugs than it fixes!
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