– A passenger on a Virgin Airlines flight from San Francisco to Boston reportedly created an emergency situation for the crew and fellow passengers as he created a Wi-Fi hotspot with name “Galaxy Note 7_1097” during the flight.As the infamous smartphone was earlier banned from all US airlines due to the explosion cases reported against it, the hoax ended up creating a panic situation.Open my laptop on the plane and notice a Galaxy Note 7 wifi hotspot https://t.co/y1csn9gOsZpic.twitter.com/9Z5IJULuPs — Lucas Wojciechowski (@lucaswoj) December 20, 2016After realising that there was a Wi-Fi hotspot with Galaxy Note 7 name on the flight, the crew asked the passenger with the phone to press their call button, as per a report by BBC. .
Samsung Galaxy Note 7: The high-tech fiasco draws to a close
– smartphone in Seoul September 3, 2016.― Reuters picSAN FRANCISCO, Dec 31 ― Like it or not, it will be increasingly difficult for users of the Galaxy Note 7 to use their smartphones.In the wake of limits imposed on the phablet’s recharging capacity, the South Korean manufacturer has now issued a further software update, for the moment confined to the United States and Malaysia, that will definitively prevent the Galaxy Note 7 from charging, and rule out any further potential danger. .