A Samsung customer browses a web page showing a fire-damaged Samsung Note 7 mobile phone, on a similar device, at a Samsung store in a mall beneath the company's headquarters in the Gangnam district of Seoul on October 12, 2016. 
A Samsung customer browses a web page showing a fire-damaged Samsung Note 7 mobile phone, on a similar device, at a Samsung store in a mall beneath the company's headquarters in the Gangnam district of Seoul on October 12, 2016.  - 
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If you've been on a plane in the past couple of months, you've probably heard a flight attendant warning people about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the potential risk of it bursting into flames. Not something you want on a flight. 

After a massive recall earlier this year, it is now a federal crime to bring the device onto a plane. Most people have returned their phones, but for those still out there, Samsung is rolling out an update to end all updates. 

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