Some users experiencing issues with latest Android release

Some users experiencing issues with latest Android release

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With the latest upgrade your Android powered phone now doubles as TV remote. But, some warn, be careful before you wish for the next "big thing."

Some hate cell phone software updates so much they tell us they avoid them altogether.

Android's 4.3 software version is known as the Jelly Bean. But laptopmag.com writer Dan Howley says that this jelly bean has left a very sour taste in the mouths of some users because of decreased battery life and issues with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Howley says the latest android software update has been out for several months, Verizon has just released it. And, now some are finding there are plenty of bugs.

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