Nexus S is one of the finest Android devices you can buy right now but its one major flaw – random reboots has been keeping Android enthusiasts and developers stay away from the only phone running the Gingerbread OS.
Good thing now is, Google has found the nasty bug and will provide a fix soon. According to a Google employee, they’re doing some tests before rolling out to consumers over-the-air. There’s no exact timeframe but the employee has confirmed that the update fixing this issue should come out within a week or two.
Google recently released the Android 2.3.2 update for the Nexus S fixing the SMS bug but failed to resolve the reboot issue that is faced by majority of Nexus S users.