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Do you still have a Galaxy Note 7? Here’s what you need to do

With Samsung still unable to identify the root cause behind Galaxy Note 7 units catching fire and exploding, the South Korean tech giant had no choice but to discontinue the product entirely earlier this week. What this means is that Samsung has permanently ceased all Note 7 production, will not be issuing replacement devices, and will not even attempt to repair affected devices.
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