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Samsung forces repair stores to destroy customer smartphones, iFixit ends cooperation

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Samsung Rumored To Bring ‘Battery AI’ To Its Galaxy S25 Series, Boosting The Total Backup By Up To 10 Percent At The Same Performance Level

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quality control on software updates is hard, for sure, but it shouldn't be this hard to spot something so obvious. We're talking about the lock screen and touchscreen not working anymore after the update.

If they decide to start the roll out again. Wait a few days to make sure it does not limit any critical function like touchscreen, calling, etc.

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Samsung India has been providing a free display replacement for affected devices since July last year. The eligible devices included the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Note 20 series. The company has now expanded this list to include the Galaxy S21 series and the Galaxy S22 series.

Just like last year, all devices will also be offered a free battery and kit replacement, but it appears that there's now a deadline to avail this offer. Appointments must be booked at a Samsung Service Center until 30th April, 2024 to get a free replacement from the company

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Software updates causing green line display issues on some Galaxy phones

Getting a green line after an update is a serious issue. With phones getting 5-7 years of updates one green line after warranty can leave you on the hook for expensive display replacement.

To date OnePlus is the only manufacturer to acknowledge the issue and offer lifetime free screen replacement for the issue (Only in india unfortunately).

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Downloading the update in the UK as I'm writing this post

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Basically it received a score of 8.5/10. Not a fairphone, but better nevertheless.

YouTube video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bE1MfBBkS2Q

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