Some early UK users of the Galaxy Nexus are reporting a problematic bug with the device's volume controls seemingly related to RF interference on the 900MHz band, used in parts of Europe for 2G service. Fortunately, Google is in the process of rolling out a firmware update that should patch it up.
Google plans on patching the Galaxy Nexus to fix a problem with the volume rocker brought on by RF interference in the coming week.
The fix for the Galaxy Nexus' volume bug in the UK is now out and ready to download. Only thing is it's not coming from Google or Samsung, but from our good friend Paul O'Brien over at MoDaCo.
The Galaxy Nexus volume bug has been squashed in Google's labs. The Android software maker has just announced it has a fix for the problem plaguing UK owners of the new Nexus, which will be rolled out "as soon as possible."
In the UK, Handtec has decided to stop shipping the Galaxy Nexus while it investigates apparent RF interference problems with the phone's volume control.
New evidence suggests that the Galaxy Nexus's alleged volume rocker bug might be hardware-related.
Some early UK users of the Galaxy Nexus are reporting a problematic bug with the device's volume controls.