T-Mobile is updating its Samsung Galaxy Note 7, effectively rendering it useless. Yes, this update will disable charging of the battery altogether. You’ll have a dead phone on your hands.
The update is 113.75MB and will require at least a 30% charge before installing. While this is a shame, folks shouldn’t ... Read More »
This month, Samsung revealed that it would send out an update that would disable the Galaxy Note 7 units left in the US, and the carriers confirmed that they’d be releasing this update to their customers. Except Verizon Wireless, which said that it would not be sending out the update to disable ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of Samsung announcing that it will be sending out an update to disable remaining Galaxy Note 7 units out in the wild in the United States, Verizon Wireless has news of its own to announce.
According to Verizon’s statement, they will not send out the update that will disable the ... Read More »
Rumors had cropped up that Samsung would disable the Galaxy Note 7 in the US, just like it had in places like Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. And sure enough, Samsung has officially confirmed that will indeed be the case.
Samsung announced today that it will release an update to the Galaxy Note 7 ... Read More »
The US may soon join Australia, Canada, and New Zealand on the list of countries where Samsung has disabled the Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung is reportedly ... Read More »
A new report proposes that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 may have faced fire issues due to an overly aggressive design. After watching the story unfold, the hardware engineers at Instrumental decided to investigate the issue further. Their curiosity was primarily driven by Samsung’s varying responses to the issues, which seemed to ... Read More »
Samsung has apologized and offered refunds and gift cards to all Galaxy Note 7 owners, but apparently that wasn’t enough for some of Samsung’s regional branches.
Samsung France is sending letters with another apology to former Note 7 owners. Inside the letter is a 128GB microSD card, which is a great touch ... Read More »
T-Mobile recently released an update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that limits the phone’s full charge to 60%, along with more frequent pop-ups to return the device, in an effort to get the remaining Note 7s out of customers’ ... Read More »
Following a pair of global recalls of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung have to focus on repairing its image across the world, especially as it leads up to the future launch of the Galaxy S8.
One way to do that is to apologize, which Samsung have done in the form of a ... Read More »
Samsung Electronics has announced that 85 percent of Galaxy Note 7 devices within the US have been returned as part of the company’s full recall of the device. As the dust settles from the company’s discontinuation of the defective device, Samsung continues to work towards its goal ... Read More »