If you still have a Galaxy Note 7, Samsung is coming for your device.
The South Korean electronics giant is releasing an update that will deactivate all remaining Note 7s after its recall in September due to batteries that caught fire. Some of our viewers who decided to hold onto their phones might not like that news.
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Samsung is bricking the last of the Note 7 survivors (The 3:59, Ep. 152)