The following is an excerpt from Shara Tibken | September 15, 2016 | cnet.com |
It's official. If you've still got a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you've got to hand it over.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursday announced an official recall for all Note 7 phones sold in the country before September 15. The group said "consumers should immediately stop using and power down the recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices" and contact the location they purchased the devices to either get a new Note 7, a refund or replacement device.
Shortly after the CPSC issued its recall, Samsung said it would have replacement devices in stores by September 21. Samsung's efforts to replace the Note 7 in the US had been stalled, waiting for the CPSC to come to the decision to recall the device.
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