The ultimate thing that resolved my this problem was “clear the call log”.
I cleared my call log and everything was back to normal.
I always tend to check the fix list and see if it’s applicable.
Saying this, not one firmware upgrade has caused us problems so far.
Static variables are used in the Object Context where updating by one object would reflect in all the other objects of the same class but not in the Thread context where updating of one thread to the static variable will reflect the changes immediately to all the threads (in their local cache).
Volatile variable: If two Threads(suppose Thread 1 and Thread 2) are accessing the same object and updating a variable which is declared as volatile then it means Thread 1 and Thread 2 can make their own local cache of the Object except the variable which is declared as a volatile .
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