mir, 17 Nov 2016And what's that got to do with his point?Correction: no, I wasn't wrong. I replied to the right comment. (damn, it's still early morning here).
It's just that you didn't understand what he and I said.
Some people want updates and they complain if they don't get it, while others don't want updates and they complain if they get updates.
Smart people never enable automatic updates (it's true for both app updates and Android system updates). Smart people have the mindset that their phone is their own property, so they don't allow anyone (other people, manufacturers, carriers) to decide what should happen to their own phone. They decide whether they want to install the updates or not, and if they want updates, they control which ones are allowed to be installed or install manually the ones they want.
Still, even with this update, the battery lasts longer than in the iPhone
mir, 17 Nov 2016And what's that got to do with his point?Sorry, my fault. I replied to the wrong comment.
This is the comment I wanted to reply:
"they complain bout not getting update , but wont install after getting it ? seriously ?"
AadiRizvi, 17 Nov 2016Not really a fan of Samsung but lately i have been really curious to know that why there is no... moreOr maybe because most people already return/exchange it? When Samsung engineers themselves acknowledged that they were cutting corners and there were risks, you don't need a tinfoil hat to simply exchange the recalled phone. Your notion of some conspiracy behind it is as credible as those people asking for Obama's birth certificate.
Lol Samsung users always complaining about no updates and now they get this and they don't want it.
Smart people would exchange the phone right away. Only stupid people will risk having a recalled device that can hurt people around him/her.
The only reason keeping the phone is to have it explode and then sue Samsung. Other than that, it's utterly moronic.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016they complain bout not getting update , but wont install after getting it ? seriously ?You know that they are two different kind of people.
Smart people always disable all automatic updates, and maybe update manually if he consider it worth it.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016What if people do not update? Android users are famous for not updating their phones.It's a force auto update. When I had my note 7 I had auto update off. I went to sleep and phone automatically updated itself to have battery limit.
Not really a fan of Samsung but lately i have been really curious to know that why there is no news of any Note7 exploding for like 2 months now. Was it only to force Samsung to recall all Note7s?
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016What if people do not update? Android users are famous for not updating their phones.they complain bout not getting update , but wont install after getting it ? seriously ?
Best strategy Samsung inc. could have adopted is to discontinue soon after it had issues with the note 7. Instead of revamping the product with a new battery they could have rebranded the same device with the new modifications.
All in all the strategy which adopted by Samsung did tarnish their image as well as their financials leading them in to a disarray situation for the next couple of years.
I strongly believe is that Samsung should introduce a new premium sub-brand series following the success of Xiaomi's MiMix.....
Note 8 or a Galaxy S8 wont have a huge hype unless otherwise those phones look different than the predecessors......
Market seeks and demands for a different looking phone now...........
if you dont want to replace the phone donot update the mobile its as simple as that
Better to force it to shutdown and can not be restarted. Then the owners will have no choice but to return it for others safety.
What if people do not update? Android users are famous for not updating their phones.
TC for Life, 17 Nov 2016I'd deactivate all Note 7s to encourage those customers to get replacements. lolwith all the idiots out there..outright deactivation might actually put samsung in more trouble with consumer rights lawsuits and other wierd stuff...people right?? its a wonder how me managed to keep going for this long..
ofcourse it will encourage customers to replace or refund.you only get to use 60% of the battery.thats dumb.samsung is behaving pretty idioticly.thats a shame on samsung