A phone isn’t much good if it can’t connect to a network and, unfortunately, that’s been the case with some Galaxy Nexus devices on Sprint. If you remember, soon after the Galaxy Nexus launched, reports began surfacing on Sprint forums complaining that the handset was having issues connecting to the carrier’s 3G network. So in response, Sprint said a fix was incoming — and it’s arriving very soon, just as promised.
The carrier announced on Tuesday an OTA update is set to hit over the next 1-2 days. The new software promises to not only fix devices having trouble connecting to Sprint’s data services, but to also introduce minor Google Wallet maintenance changes as well. Galaxy Nexus users experiencing the problem will need to be connected to Wi-Fi (that goes without saying), Sprint emphasized, so be on the lookout in the next 48 hours.
[via Android Police]