Tagged: bug fixes
DROID Bionic that was set to fix the large list of problems, bugs, and camera issues that users were having and today they are continuing the fun. Another large update coming in around 56MB in size is rolling out to DROID Bionic users as we speak according to Droid Forums. We've been looking for more details but Verizon's keeping tight lipped on the update.
DROID Bionic users, the huge bugfix update we've been reporting about over the past few months is finally here and ready to straighten out that Bionic of yours. Or you could just wait for the Bionic 2 as I'm expecting it early January if Motorola's current trends tell us anything. Either way the update is here, now, and all the details are below.
HTC Amaze 4G should be getting an over the air software update this week. According to T-Mobile the update is rolling out now and should begin hitting handsets soon. It's not Ice Cream Sandwich but we'll take what we can get, especially since there are bug fixes and even WiFi calling now too.
HTC Sensation 4G. Apparently the update started pushing out to users yesterday so we should be seeing this hit handsets today and over the course of the next few weeks. Sadly this is not Ice Cream Sandwich -- you didn't think it would come that fast did you? We do have some awesome improvements to detail below so stay tuned.
DROID Bionic owners around these parts. Remember that huge list of bugs that Verizon acknowledged and said they'd be fixing in a future update? Well it's finally ready and should be rolling out extremely soon. We recently heard it would be released before the end of the year, and it looks like Verizon will hold true to their word because they've just informed us that it's ready and will be rolling out soon.
Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich appears to have been solved. After reportedly halting sales of the high-profile phone, Samsung has applied a software patch to stop the muted or fluctuating volume issue that plagued the Galaxy Nexus in areas of low GSM signal. UK retailer Clove reports that their new units already have the update installed. Shipments have resumed, so UK Android fans can once again buy the phone at their leisure.
Galaxy Nexus owners, who are currently the envy of most of the Android world, that rain is coming in the form of some frustrating volume issues. Apparently some HSPA+ phones are randomly switching between volume and sound states, much to the consternation of users. According to a quick poll, about half of users are experiencing the issue, though our own UK editor has not.