[deleted post]Smart people actually have logic in mind, science, and reason. There is zero logic nor reason not to exchange this recalled product when one has the opportunity to do so, especially when Samsung engineers themselves admitted that corners were being cut and there are risks. Simple logic.
Of course, people like you with a 2-year-old mentality wouldn't understand.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016I totally agree.. but I wonder why there are no more reports for exploding N7... That's im saying never 1 problem with mines and they force the update on my phone😠
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016but hey, its been 2months since the issue of the explosive battery? but up until now we still ... moreFact remains that Samsung recalled the phone, and Samsung engineer admitted the corners being cut.
No need for conspiracy theorists and tinfoil hats.
wew, 17 Nov 2016No! Samsung will force the device to update it. It cannot be stopped even if you disable all t... moreYou are wrong. It is possible to disable ALL updates. If the basic options in the settings menu to disable updates don't work, then root your phone and disable the updates, remove the update services, install a firewall and confiugre it to block all background connections, except to the browser and some other apps you need, ... There are so many ways to avoid updates.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016You can avoid it updating if you know what you're doing.No! Samsung will force the device to update it. It cannot be stopped even if you disable all the auto-updates or any sorts unless you will not connect the phone through wifi. Please read previous articles.
Obe, 17 Nov 2016I still have the first batch of note7 back in August.. Still going great.. No time to get a re... moreObe mine is from the second batch and mine is fine too! My s6 would always heat up and my Note7 has yet to heat up once. No stylus No deal on the refund end
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016Nice burn for iPhone yes. The bad burns are exclusive to Samsung.Tell the to the family of the people that got killed from iPhone catching fire.
ShaunSL, 17 Nov 2016Best strategy Samsung inc. could have adopted is to discontinue soon after it had issues with ... moreI still have the first batch of note7 back in August.. Still going great.. No time to get a replacement stuff that. All that hype about phone blowing up is nonsense and makes me laugh.
lol, 17 Nov 2016lol, nice burn for iphone users.Nice burn for iPhone yes. The bad burns are exclusive to Samsung.
pika2000, 17 Nov 2016Smart people would exchange the phone right away. Only stupid people will risk having a recall... morebut hey, its been 2months since the issue of the explosive battery? but up until now we still don't see news of this issues, even though there are still a lot of note 7 in the wild. Hmmmmm....
Going for over £1200 on ebay now ($1500).
If I had the money I'd get one, I reckon they'll be worth alot in years to come.
Lu, 17 Nov 2016Still, even with this update, the battery lasts longer than in the iPhoneNot funny and stfu, go return it.
Seriously, people who still continue to use Note 7 are really selfish. If their phone catches fire it may not be just about them anymore.
Lu, 17 Nov 2016Still, even with this update, the battery lasts longer than in the iPhonelol, nice burn for iphone users.
pika2000, 17 Nov 2016Or maybe because most people already return/exchange it? When Samsung engineers themselves ack... moreThere are still millions of Note7s operational in parts of Europe and Canada mostly. For whom do you think this new update is being seeding out? for Note7s' ghosts?