If for some reason you actually don’t want to stop using your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you’ll soon be out of luck.
Samsung will Discharge a software update starting on December 19 of which prevents all remaining Galaxy Note 7 smartphones by charging.
The software update will “eliminate their ability to work as mobile devices,” Samsung said in a statement Friday.
Not all carriers have agreed to participate within the software update, however.
Verizon said Friday of which This specific will not push the update to customers “because of the added risk This specific could pose to Galaxy Note7 users of which to do not have another device to switch to.”
The drastic move comes three months after Samsung issued a global recall of the Note 7 smartphone due to a battery problem of which caused some devices to catch fire while charging. Samsung permanently halted sales of the phone in October.
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So far, 93% of Note 7 devices within the U.S. have been returned as part of the recall, according to Samsung. currently the company can be working to retrieve all remaining phones.
Those who still have Note 7 phones will continue to receive reminders about the brand new software update until they accept This specific, according to a source close to Samsung.
Samsung announced a similar tactic This specific week for customers in Canada. This specific will soon roll out an update of which limits the ability to charge the device along with prevents This specific by connecting to mobile networks along with Wi-Fi.