Dec 10, 2016 06:51 AM EST

Samsung Company Decided To Completely Shut Down Galaxy Note 7 In United States

Samsung company is already making a step to detect the reason why the Galaxy Note 7 is catching fire. Now, in the United States, the company decided to totally shut and disable the phone completely.

The Galaxy Note 7 will be permanently disabled and it cannot be used in the US. The reason why Samsung company as well as other cellular carrier decided to permanently shut down the phone is to avoid further damage, especially in terms of physical damage.

According to The Verge, at least one of the users of Note 7 are being notified by US cellular with a messages that says; this coming December 15, the software of Note 7 will be modified so that the phone will not be able to charge its batteries. The phone will completely shutdown and can no longer be used. Though, the news was not yet clear if Note 7 will no longer be available with major US carrier. But it seems like that will gonna happen; the device disabled its updates and features with AT&T, Verizon, and different carriers.

Last month, Samsung company already gave some restrictions to Note 7 users; the phone should be stopped from charging when it already reached 60 percent. There's also another reminder every time the phone was turned on, a message will appear on the screen and that says; the device needed to be returned because it was already recalled. The company also stated additional details and severe measures this week about the explosive device.

While the Note 7 is completely useless in Canada. The Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular and data services can no longer be used. The device can't also make any calls and messages, and it has no access to any internet connections.

In another report Samsung seems to unveil the reason why Note 7 became explosive. According to a latest report from Jobs & Hire, probably, the design may be one of the reason which eventually leads to its battery to be explosive.

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