By Ian Bush

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Passengers were forced off of a plane at Philadelphia International Airport this morning over fears that a banned Samsung phone had been carried on board.

A spokeswoman for American Airlines says ‘Galaxy Note 7’ appeared on a list of WiFi networks on the Philly-to-Miami flight. The captain asked for the passengers to be re-screened as a precaution. We’re told the search turned up nothing.

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Last month, the FAA banned the Galaxy Note 7 from all flights after Samsung admitted faulty batteries in the phones were prone to burst into flames.

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In this case, it appears to have been an inappropriately named WiFi network that caused the scare.

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Passengers were allowed to reboard around 1 p.m. — about three hours after the flight was supposed to depart PHL.