The Federal Aviation Administration does not want you to use your Galaxy Note 7 when on board the plane, due to a flaw that may set the smartphones on fire.
The FAA warned plane passengers not to turn on or charge their Note 7 onboard.
A flaw in the rechargeable lithium batteries could potentially cause the phones to explode.
In one case, a family in Florida reported a Galaxy Note 7 phone left charging in their Jeep caught fire, destroying the vehicle.
The FAA also warned passengers not to put the Galaxy Note 7 phones in their checked bags, citing "recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung" about the devices.
The warning followed a global recall of the jumbo phones last week.
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