Release notes for patch to come in November

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  1. ice456789

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    I returned my bionic because of all the problems I had, but I thought you guys would appreciate this.

    http://www.droid-life.com/2011/09/3...c-bug-list-fix-coming-in-november/#more-47935

    Nothing to do with the battery unfortunately, which was one of my biggest complaints. However they are addressing quite a few of the common complaints of this forum like the high pitched headphone whine, 4g/3g data loss, low memory errors with the lapdock, disappearing applications, etc.

    Hopefully when it comes out in November this helps a lot of you out.
     
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    Speeding Wheels Senior Member

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    Unfortunately those arent the actual release notes.. but a list of reported issues with a supposed timeframe for a fix.
     
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    Wow, what a list.
     
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    No disappearing apps on the list. They better get that sd card issue fixed.

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    Unfortunately Verizon has the final say and if they say it's normal it won't get fixed. They think the way this camera acts is normal and the way the storage is normal - good luck to us.
     
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    again, those are not actual release notes nor is that list complete.
    I'd bet dollars to donuts that both the SDCard issue and *some* camera functionality will be addressed in the November patch with more enhancements in the January patch.
     
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    ^^Source on a January patch?
     
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    It's the Motorola pattern when new devices are released.
    First patch is always under contract for 30-60 days (with extensions open for critical bugs of course)
    Second patch is almost always 120 days.. unless it's an OS upgrade rather than a maintenance release.