By now, you’ve probably heard that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 devices have a tendancy to go boom whilst charging. The company has already begun a “heartbreakingly” expensive recall, but that’s not the only solution.

The AP reports that in South Korea, Samsung will be issuing a software update for anyone who doesn’t want to immediately exchange their Note 7. The update will limit battery charge to just 60%, which should solve the exploding thing at the expense of battery life.

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The software patch will be for users who don’t want to exchange their Note 7 devices, or just haven’t got around to it yet. Consumer apathy is a major problem for recalls: people assume that the explosions won’t happen to them, so never bother to exchange devices.

Some members of the media in the US have suggested that Samsung should remotely brick or blacklist affected Note 7 devices, but this software patch seems to be the next best thing.

It’s unclear whether the software patch will be voluntary or mandatory, and if it will come overseas or just be limited to South Korea.

Samsung’s problems extend to 2.5 million Note 7 devices. 70 phones have reportedly exploded so far in the US, resulting in an official recall, and a ban from the FAA on using the devices while on an airplane.

Chris Mills has loved tinkering with technology ever since he worked out how to defeat the parental controls on his parents' internet. He's blogged his way through Apple events and SpaceX launches ever since, and still keeps a bizarre fondness for the Palm Pre.