Android T-Shirts in the past, and this new "Andy Inside" shirt spotted by Droid-Life is a good look inside our favorite little bugdroid.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus was one of the first devices to get the update to Jelly Bean (at least on some carriers), but that may not necessarily be a good thing. Apparently, Jelly Bean didn't come as bug-free as we'd hoped it would, with some Galaxy Nexus users reporting a bug that messes with the phone's GPS capabilities. The bug can make it difficult for your Galaxy Nexus to get a proper GPS fix, which could complicate things if you're trying to get somewhere and were planning to rely on your phone's GPS to do so.
Ice Cream Sandwich to multiple devices. One of those, the Galaxy Nexus, appears to be having problems. We are now starting to see and hear multiple reports that users are experiencing signal problems and loss of signal since accepting the official OTA update. Below are multiple screenshots and links with all the information.
QJSC Mobile Telesystems installed on their phones via a Google Play update without ever seeing it before. What's even more concerning is that the app can't be uninstalled, and there's no explanation for affected users.
The original thread over at XDA is all over the place. There have been reports of receiving it on the East and West coasts as well as being pegged as build# GRH78 - Android 2.3.1. GRH78 - Android 2.3.1:
- 1.9Mb file stating Bug fixes and Maps fixes
- Browser lag appears to be fixed
- Blurry MMS fix [?]
- Bug Fixes