The Verge basically saying that their new Samsung Galaxy Nexus with 4G LTE has zero signal or service performance issues like many (us included) have reported. They go on to mention it just reports the signal bars different and will change the meter in a future update.
HTC Rezound, which is having some trouble in the tunes department according to Droid Life. A few users are reporting static interference when using either the iBeats headphones or any other audio device - a black eye tin ear on the music-focused flagship device.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus is finally starting to shape up and make sense regarding the volume bug. Google has confirmed the issue and claimed a bugfix update was already en route and would be delivered shortly. When I said saga I didn't mean Twilight -- I meant this overblown issue with the Galaxy Nexus that turned out to only be a small software issue.
strange volume fluctuations when certain network conditions were met, making the new flagship phone a headache to use in 2G/EDGE coverage areas. Google has already acknowledged the bug and is promising an incoming software fix, but Samsung's UK branch took the time to re-confirm the bug and its imminent patching. However, it appears that the manufacturer has frozen shipments of the Galaxy Nexus in the interim.
Galaxy Nexus news we still have nothing new from Verizon but we did get an update from the popular online retailer Handtec. In a statement on their official blog the British retailer has announced they've stopped all shipments of the Galaxy Nexus and have confirmed there is some sort of volume bug. We reported on this earlier this week and it appears they are finally doing something about it.
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.
download base of over 2 million it's first weekend, it has many users. Many are looking for a way past a select few levels that they are stuck on - now it's possible.
are reporting issues with the native messaging app on their smartphones, particularly on the Google Nexus One, whereby text and MMS messages are sent to a person other than was initially intended. The problem - which has apparently affected both modified and stock handsets - occurs when the messaging app switches the contact in the To: field of its own accord; sometimes it can be seen to change it, while at other times it happens without any visible change. Owners of the HTC Incredible have also reported the problem occurring on their phone, so it's not something limited to the Nexus One. Some users have been able to reproduce the fault by maintaining two separate SMS conversations and switching between them mid-typing. Google are apparently looking into it, but there's no official workaround beyond deleting old conversation threads when you're finished with them. [Thanks Jeff!]