When the Samsung Galaxy Nexus first released in the UK many owners reported of a strange issue with the sound, and the fact it would lower itself all on its own. This was eventually fixed via a software update ahead of the US release of the handset. Today we have news that the Galaxy Nexus likes to reboot itself for some users, so does your handset have similar issues?
The Galaxy Nexus has been pretty well received since it became available from users and reviewers alike, but the world’s first Android Ice Cream Sandwich running device seems to have developed a strange problem. An article over at BGR is reporting that numerous owners of the device are reporting a bug where the handset will randomly reboot itself.
At the moment the exact cause of the issue is unknown with the largest amount of reports coming from users with the GSM version of the smartphone. It is thought though that some owners of the CDMA version of the Galaxy Nexus are also experiencing the issue.
It is not just a few devices being hit by the problem and is pretty widespread, and happens while users are streaming music, playing games, and even when the device is sitting in standby. Users are reporting that the problem gets worse as time goes on as well. Google has made it known that it is aware of the issue and is currently looking into it.
The problem could cause some embarrassment for both Google and Samsung considering it’s the platforms flagship operating system, and comes after some users reported 4G LTE connection issues with the handset. Hopefully there will be a solution offered soon to ease owner’s frustrations.
Do you have a Galaxy Nexus and experienced the issue?
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