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Oculus wants Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 nowhere near your face

Oculus doesn’t want Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 anywhere near your face. The Facebook-owned virtual reality company that powers Samsung’s VR software has disabled support for its Gear VR app on Galaxy Note 7 following numerous reports of replacement units catching fire. As first observed on Reddit and corroborated by Android Central, Oculus has issued a forced update to its mobile app that shows the following message whenever you pair your Note 7 device with the Gear VR headset.
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