Samsung is in the middle of rolling out a fix for the volume bug that has plagued its Ice Cream Sandwich powered Galaxy Nexus.
The company announced that it was rolling out the update, which would reach users within the week, on its official Facebook page.
"We're currently rolling out a fix for the Galaxy Nexus volume issue which will reach everyone in the coming week," Samsung said.
Shortly after the device was launched several Galaxy Nexus users in the US, UK and other European nations complained about a ‘phantom' volume bug in the device, which caused the volume to go up and down on its own accord.
The problem was noticed when the device was being used on the Edge network. Samsung confirmed the update and it is also expected that it will bring support for Adobe's Flash platform for the device. The Galaxy Nexus does not come with built-in Flash support and hence users would need to download it from the Android market.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first device to come pre-loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Google has designed ICS so as to unite Smartphone and tablets, after Android Honeycomb failed to make an impact on the market.