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A third of Europeans still haven

Source: TechRadar
October 25, 2016

The Galaxy Note 7 mop up continues and a third of owners in Europe are still to give their dangerous devices back to Samsung.

Samsung revealed it has replaced or refunded two thirds of its customers orders, but those who still own the phone in Europe are soon to receive a software update that limits the phone to 60% of its charge.

It’s hoped this will drive more owners into giving up their device and ensure those who are hanging on to their Note 7's are safer.

Just give it back

Australia and South Korea previously saw the update that limited phones to 60% of the full Note 7 battery capacity.

Some have noticed in the Settings there is a way to get around it and keeping your phone charged at 80% - but don't do this.

That’s not a sensible course of action and if you’ve still not given back your Galaxy Note 7, you should do so soon while Samsung is still offering a full refund or an alternative Galaxy device.

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