It’s easy, tell your friends and family before their note 7 catches fire.
In case you haven’t heard already there has been a huge recall for the Note 7 issued by Samsung.
They are offering an exchange program, but while you waited for a replacement you were lent a loaner phone instead of getting a replacement.
If you took the risk, and held onto your Note 7, we like your style.
Here are the ways you go about exchanging that faulty Note 7. If you haven’t done so already, or if you have a loaner, it’s time to head down to your local phone service provider and trade it out.
If you got your Note 7 before September 15th it’s time to return it.
Samsung wants you to return your device back to the place you first bought it. If you want to exchange it directly with Samsung give them a ring at 1-800-Samsung to start the return directly.
You are also able to exchange your faulty Note 7 for a S7 or and S7 Edge with a full refund of the difference. Pretty sweet deal.
In light of the inconvenience customers will also receive a $25 gift card or bill credit. To find out more details go onto Samsung's website, or by going to a dedicated webpage for the Note 7 recall.
If you need to check your device for eligibility follow this link and put in your IMEI or Serial Number.
Or you can download the Samsung+ app.
Once you find out, it’s time to return it.
If you have Verizon you need to head over there now.
They are waiving their restocking fee until the 30th of September and after that you’ll have to pay to exchange it.
Everyone else is pretty simple. Follow the instructions above to find out if your Note 7 can be exchanged and take it back to where you bought it.
If you need any help with these carriers, look up the number below and give them a call.
Be safe with that Note 7 on your way to the store!
They’re liable to chip since they don’t sit flush with the sides of your phone.
It only takes a few bumps and drops before the corners start chipping. It’s not the screen protectors fault, they’re made of glass.
It’s just what glass does when it get bumped.
Some will keep being greedy even when they’re in the background. Not all apps only use battery while you’re using them.
Like my Podcasts app at the top of the list to the right.
It’s been sucking battery life all morning and I haven’t even had a chance to listen to the latest Criminal Podcast.
You have to shut these down if you don’t want them to be snagging up all your battery life.
To turn them off go to Settings > Battery to see all those greedy battery sucking apps.