horses, 13 Sep 2016Gotta give it to Samsung for taking care of this battery mess and being able to recognize whic... morejust wait. with the road they have taken with the note 7, s8 will be worse. i bet they will use a 2500 battery for the s8, and not 4000+ as everyone wish for. sammy went crapple and focus on design, and NOT performance anymore.
Grey1213, 13 Sep 2016Apparently the way to deal with it is to not charge your phone all the way. Apparently Samsung... moreIt just seems foolish to hold on to a phone that has known hardware issues, but at least Samsung is releasing patches to account for dumb decisions.
Estimu, 13 Sep 2016agreed, i think ppl should be fully aware of the problem now so they shouldn't be over using t... moreApparently the way to deal with it is to not charge your phone all the way. Apparently Samsung will release an ota and prevent the phone from even charging beyond 60% for those who refuse to get the device replaced.
Galaxy Note 7 R.I.P.
Samsung will release Note 8 before end of December?
Oh one more thing...GSMA why would u put that image for the font with an explosion when the post is about knowing wether ur device is faulty or not? maybe it would've been a nice font when the first news came up... maybe...
horses, 13 Sep 2016Gotta give it to Samsung for taking care of this battery mess and being able to recognize whic... moreagreed, i think ppl should be fully aware of the problem now so they shouldn't be over using the phone at least untill it gets replaced, let's hope it doesn't scale out of proportion
KrazzyDJ, 13 Sep 2016The link redirects to the support page. Instead, I was able to find this link that takes you t... moreWith Airlines banning NOTE 7 from being taken on flights
I can see it being used by ANY OTHER organisation that wish to safeguard employees or property say
As people react differently to any situations that involve mobile phonesI can see some still using it even if it tests positive.
There is a new phenomena arrive late to film and use your phone torch to disrupt those already there
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016what a pic to use...hahaha. Right. Picture of the day.
Realizing how inaccurate the IMEI checker was, they took it off and redirect the link to Support Page.
While I applaud them for attempting their best on the recall, this goes back to what everyone stated; replaceable battery.
This phone is the "bomb" of the year, the best you can have with so much money, but it's great because it has fireworks function, this makes me so happy :)))
The link redirects to the support page. Instead, I was able to find this link that takes you to the IMEI check page.
Gotta give it to Samsung for taking care of this battery mess and being able to recognize which devices are defective. Hopefully the issue doesn't escalate further.