Samsung is apparently done screwing around. After calling for a permanent shutdown to production and sales of the beleaguered Galaxy Note 7 this week, Samsung has moved to get all the potentially explosive devices back from existing customers.
Just one problem: getting thousands (if not millions) of affected phones through the mail. While the rate of phones catching fire seems to be very low, it takes just a single one to cause a major problem, potentially endangering lives.
That doesn't appear to be a risk Samsung is willing to take, according to a video by the folks at