If you’re tired of the problems that currently plague your Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus, it looks like there might be a fix on the way. According to black_man_x (an insider who seems to have a lot of details about Android devices in the US), Verizon is beta testing a new update for the LTE Android smartphone and should be pushing out the update in early April. The update is said to address audio reboot and data stability issues among other problem currently faced by the phone. No word on when the exact date of this update will be pushed out, but the source of the rumor is usually on the dot, so keep those fingers crossed. Be sure to stay tuned to Ubergizmo and we’ll keep you posted when we learn anything new.
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