Microsoft is today rolling out a new update to Skype Lite app for Android and the company has finally fixed the Phantom call bug. If you have been irked by the phantom call bug which was caused by Microsoft’s Skype Lite application, you will be glad to know that Microsoft has addressed the bug with this release.
The phantom call bug is weird and the discussion about it was started last month on the Google Issue Tracker site, the possible culprit discovered was none other than Microsoft’s Skype Lite application. The bug goes away once the user removes Skype Lite for Android from the phone.
Microsoft has released the version 1.25 of Skype Lite to address this bug. “This release contains a fix for the SkypeLite app’s interference with the Bluetooth devices,” the company explains.
While the Skype Lite app is not only responsible for the phantom call bug as many affected users claim that they never had Skype Lite on their device. For now though, the bug has been fixed.
Skype Lite is built for slow-speed internet connection cities, it lets you read and send your daily messaging and video communication. With Skype Lite, you can send free text messages and make voice & video calls even under limited network conditions.