Samsung is taking a safety measure to ensure safety yet stub born people still complain
What about those buyers who have purchased from other country or has been gifted by a relative living in other country,are they eligible for a replacement since these note 7s are not covered under warranty where the users live
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2016And what if the device is rooted or factory unlocked?And what if the user disabled automatic updates?
Watchme, 12 Sep 2016Can someone explain to me how Samsung can remotely deactivate my Note7? How will they do it? D... moreSamsung can sent an email to your carrier with IMEI from defective devices. This can do it with support of local authorities . So if there is a lot of people that don't deactivate their phone someone must do it for them.
Watchme, 12 Sep 2016Can someone explain to me how Samsung can remotely deactivate my Note7? How will they do it? D... moreYes, the moment you connect to the Internet.
I wonder when manufacturers will start bricking their phones day after warranty to force you to buy a new one.
Can someone explain to me how Samsung can remotely deactivate my Note7? How will they do it? Do they have direct access to my device???
That 1$ billion fabulous hole in their pocket translates into their exagerated pricing of the actual device 850Â€, so I guess they tasted a little bit of their own medicine, and know how it feels like for consumers.
19 more days till I get my Note7 replaced. They should deactivate now.
"Remotely"? So they have the right to control any Samsung devices from far away? Are they already planned to hack their own devices that already sold? Tik..tok..tik..tok....
All Apple product can and they don't care for you