More problems for a popular smartphone.
FOX's Jack Callaghan has details:
Samsung says its 'adjusting' production schedules for its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in the name of customer safety.
They thought they had a battery problem fixed after a massive government ordered recall last month, but then last week a Southwest Airlines flight had to be evacuated when a passenger's Galaxy Note 7 started smoking and making popping noises after the passenger turned it off. That phone Brian Green says was a replacement for his original, which was part of the recall.
Now AT&T and T-Mobile say they will not issue any more Galaxy Note 7's and instead will offer customers with recalled phone either a different model or a full refund.
Jack Callaghan, FOX News.