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Nvidia has announced that it's recalling some of its Shield tablets that were sold between July 2014 and July 2015 as the batteries in them can overheat and "pose a fire hazard."If this applies to you, then you need to submit a claim for a replacement tablet. Nvidia is also asking you to stop using the tablet "except as needed to participate in the recall and back up data."This only affects the Shield tablets that have a Y01 battery type and not those with a B01 battery type.Here's what you need to do to find out which battery type you have as well as submit your claim for a replacement if required (as detailed here):1. Update your tablet to the latest software (Settings>About tablet>System updates)2. Identify your tablet's battery type (Settings>About tablet>Status)3. If you have a Y01 battery type you need to tap on "Y01" to start the recall procedure4. You'll be told your tablet's serial number. This needs to be entered into the form at the bottom of this page along with your personal information.5. The claim number that you receive then needs to be entered into the Recall Notice on your tabletThe importance of doing this cannot be understated if you bought an Nvidia Shield tablet since July 2014. Think about it: if the tablet sets on fire then the worst case scenario is it burning your house down.Android AuthorityReflex MissionRed - Train your reaction skills Mod Reflex MissionRed - Train your reaction skills Mod v1.0 (Premium) Features:PremiumReflex MissionRed - is a game to test your reaction skills. The goal is to destroy the targets by clicking them as fast as you can. Missing 5 targets within a round will result in the game being over. You will have 5 minutes (300 secs) to hit as many targets as possible. Every 15 seconds the number of targets will increase by 1.Original idea by MissionRed
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Less than a week after the launch of Super Mario Run Nintendo has broken records, created a split in gaming fans, and will probably split us again due to their decision to forgo content updates to the game.For obvious reasons investors aren't exactly happy about Nintendo's decision. Reports from The Wall Street Journal note that shares dropped by 7.1% after the game's lackluster reviews and are understandably concerned about SMR's payment model.A bunch of you guys probably won't care all that much but the problem lies in the game's replayability and longevity. After all, when you play a mobile game to death there's nothing more to do until the next content update comes out, bringing new levels with it.Super Mario Run has yet to come out on Android, so maybe Nintendo still has some time to think about the game in a little more detail.What do you guys think about the apparent lack of content updates? Let us know in the comment below!
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