A new software update rolling out in Korea to the Galaxy Note 7 will try to decrease the risk of battery-related fires by preventing the battery from charging fully. According to the Associated Press, Samsung’s update was announced on the front page of the Seoul Shinmun.

“It is a measure to put consumer safety first but we apologize for causing inconvenience,” Samsung reportedly said in the ad, which describes a software update that prevents the Galaxy Note 7 from ever charging above 60 percent of its full capacity. It seems that extra topping off area is where the problem lies. It isn’t clear if users are required to install the update, or if Samsung plans to roll out similar functions in other markets.

You shouldn’t wait for any such update if you live in the U.S. Just return your phone to a carrier or Samsung store and get a replacement.