When the Nokia Lumia 800 first rolled out, there were several bugs that came with the phone. Namely battery issues in which the phone did not charge completely or seemed to deplete really fast. Nokia wasted no time in pushing out an update that addressed that issue but now it looks like in the process a new problem was spotted. This came about in the form of erratic volume behavior among other things.
The good news is that Nokia appears to have been pretty prompt about this fix as well and has since rolled out an update that should bring the Lumia 800’s firmware to 12072. On top of reportedly fixing the volume issue, the update will also be making changes to the phone’s camera app and will bring about improved power management behavior with better charger recognition. No word on which regions Nokia will be pushing the update out to first, (the last time it seems that India and Singapore were amongst the first) but if you’re a Lumia 800 owner who has received the update, let us know in the comments below!
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