In case you haven't heard, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has had a few volume bugs; very unfortunate for such an anticipated device. On the bright side, updates for the Galaxy Nexus come straight from the team at Google. They've always been punctual at releasing proper fixes soon after an obvious issue arises. It turns out that Google themselves now claim that "We're currently rolling out a fix for the volume issue which will reach everyone in the coming week".
We've know for about a week now that a fix was indeed coming, but now that a general timeframe has been set we can rest assured that it will be early December by the time it reaches everyone. It will be pushed via an OTA (Over-The-Air) update, so be patient and wait for it to show up in your notifications. And if you fairly new to the Android game, then you can always force your system to perform an update check by tapping Menu > Settings > About Phone > System Updates.
Overall, I'm quite impressed on how Google handles bug fixes and updates to their Nexus line. However, there have definitely been some stalls here and there. Such includes the obvious signal issues the Nexus S 4G had effective immediately after launch. I had personally owned one and couldn't get full signal bars to save my life, unlike the HTC Hero sitting right beside it with an amazing connection. It took ages to fix, and could have very well been the carrier's malpractice and not Google at all.
And check out the Samsung Galaxy Nexus review too - even if you've already seen it. A device this decked out undoubtedly deserves multiple views.
[via The Verge]