If you happen to be rocking to a Galaxy Nexus over on Verizon, are you one of those who did run into signal issues that did not allow you to stick to a 4G connection for more than just a handful of minutes before the connection dropped? That would be an extremely frustrating experience to say the least, and some folks actually went through not one, two, or three, but half a dozen replacement devices before the issue did not affect the handset. Having said this, is version I515.10 of the software on the device the culprit?
Best Buy thinks so, hoping that the software update which will be introduced to these devices in a couple of days’ time will fix this niggling issue. Having said that, do not get your hopes up that the upcoming update will be the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update, but rather, an interim software fix that will hopefully squash the signal issue bug.
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