Samsung software engineers finally managed to fix the volume control bug that was plaguing the company’s Galaxy Nexus Android flagship. The Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone tended to readjust its volume on its own when it was connected to a 2G network operating at 900 MHz frequency.
Now we can all turn our backs to this issue as the fix is rolling out over the air. Samsung has also resumed the shipping of the Galaxy Nexus and the new batches that arrive at retailers are reportedly running the fixed firmware.
Just don’t panic if you haven’t received the update yet. It will reportedly take about a week for all Samsung Galaxy Nexus units to get it.
So, if you skipped on the unofficial fix from Monday, your patience has been rewarded. A few days longer wait seems like a good trade-off for keeping your warranty.