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Oculus remotely disables the Galaxy Note 7?s Gear VR functionality

It’s been revealed that Oculus, the Facebook-owned company that collaborated with Samsung to produce the Gear VR and its accompanying software, has disabled its application from working with the Galaxy Note 7 following numerous reports of ‘safe’ replacement models catching fire while on charge. Oculus’ decision to revoke access was first reported on reddit when a user received an error message.
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