FU Samsung US - http://thenextweb.com/gadgets/2016/12/09/samsung-may-distribute-update-brick-note-7-next-week/
I am kind of curious to know whether phones running Cyanogen mods if T-Mobile can still push the update through to brick your phone.
It brings up a really interesting question for consumers as we move into an IOT pervasive world……when after the sale do the rights belong to the consumer? When do you have a situation where a vendor can “reach in” and withdraw a consumers rights??
Where is the ACLU when you need it :)
and yes in case you are wondering what i'm replacing my Note 7 with.....I ordered the Huawei Mate 9 through Amazon where they are selling the unlocked international dual sim version with 6gb ram and 128gb rom for only $899 - http://amzn.to/2hdvx2l
The real question is do I dump Tmobile once this unlocked "fully paid for" phone arrives.