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.
Tagged: bug fixes
DROID Bionic we told you about earlier this month. They confirmed that the Bionic had a pretty large list of issues and promised an update within the next 30-60 days. So basically from November 1st to the end of the year. I have good news, it appears they are ready to let a few users test the update so hopefully things are going well.
one heck of a flagship device, but it's not without its faults. Early adopters have been complaining about a litany of issues large and small, and Verizon has apparently been listening. They've detailed all of the bugs and glitches in a massive official list, but the carrier says that customers will have to wait until November for a patch.
halting the Touch Wiz update to fix some problems and bugs.
EVO 4G 2.3 Gingerbread update. We have reported about a slew of issues since the update and it is nice to hear fixes may be coming so quickly.
hands-on had no issues. According to the ASUS UK Facebook page they are rolling out the fix now.
Rally post, this Critical update, and this possibly fix. Now there's an official response from Google on the issue. It contains such epic passages as "two distinct situations" and of course, everyone's favorite: "we have fixes for both of them."
[UPDATE] Android SMS Bug Now Has "Critical" Priority and [Rally with Us] to Fix The Android SMS Bug posts for full details. Seems now the bug's been parred down to a separate issue with receiving emails-to-SMS from Bank of America, SMS alerts sent by Linkedin, and SMS alerts sent by T-Mobile. Each of these appear to corrupt Android's SQLite database, making things go wild. All of this is detailed in a separate Issue in the Google Code reporting site, #1233.