Galaxy Note 7 finally kill the Verizon will after the holidays

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The update was primed for a Dec. 19 release date to give device owners even more time to exchange their explosive devices, Note 7  but there was some unexpected pushback Last week, Samsung announced a long-awaited software update to finally disable the few Note 7s still out in circulation in the United States..

 The company justified the decision by citing concerns for “the added risk this could pose to Galaxy Note7 users that do not have another device to switch to,” and the hectic holiday season.Note 7  Verizon, the largest mobile carrier in the country, declared that it would not support Samsung’s kill-switch and that Note 7 users would not be cut off from service on Dec. 19.

T-Mobile, Note 7 Sprint and AT&T all confirmed to Mashable their pledge to stand behind the update. US Cellular stayed silent on the matter.   Other U.S. mobile carriers stayed in line behind Samsung.
 This update prevents the device from charging and eliminates the ability for it to work as a mobile device.Samsung will be releasing a Note7 software update on December 19. Note 7   We want to make sure you can contact family, first responders, and emergency medical professionals during the holiday travel season.

Verizon will not be pushing this software update to your device until

January 5, 2017.However, we urge you to stop using your Note7, upgrade it to another device, and return the Note7 to us.Verizon stayed strong in its convictions that the phone needs to stay connected to the network through the holidays:When it declared that it will issue Samsung’s update to disable the Note 7s still in service,

If you are still for some reason using one of those pocket bombs, please, go exchange it as soon as possible.Note 7 With this news, we can finally close the book on the long saga of the Galaxy Note 7. If you don’t, Samsung and your network  even if it’s Verizon will finally cut you off.