Galaxy Nexus is the first device to be launched with the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The handset now available in U.K since November 17th has already developed complaints from irked owners of the device.
Apparently it seems that ICS is having a very critical Volume Bug issue which manipulates the Volume without any user commanding it. Early adopters reported at the XDA Developers forum about this SAV-Ghost or Self Aware Volume Ghost.
According to one forum member :
This morning the volume went down on its own. I actually saw the volume bar appear and decrease, as if I was pushing down on the rocker. It happened twice.
It seems that while using the ICS device the volume is automatically changed without user notification. It also causes enough nuisance while you are in a call and suddenly the Volume drops to lowest.
While Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is a very new OS, compatibility issues with third party apps and other issues are bound to appear. Users also unsurprisingly reported some incompatible or missing apps from the Android Market.
Whatever is the issue we hope that Google patches it up soon and release an Update file. So, have you lately noticed any misbehavior from your Android 4.0 device ???
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