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Samsung, Google release Galaxy Nexus bug fix

Update to sort audio drop-outs

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The official fix for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus' annoying spontaneous volume drop bug is being beamed out to owners of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone.

Samsung and Google posted the update late last night. The new firmware, which can be downloaded through the handset's System Updates settings, is a 1MB download, we're told.

The release of the officially sanctioned update follows the leak online of a beta version of the software.

Check out Reg Hardware's review of the Galaxy Nexus - and see what we think of Google's Android 4.0 operating system. ®

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