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+ - Samsung Galaxy S3s Suddenly Dying Due To Possible Hardware Issue 1

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Some Samsung Galaxy S III owners are reporting their devices are suddenly being bricked. The phone simply won’t turn on again after it is charged overnight, or after the screen is turned off. Users are reporting that the mainboards are the root of the problem and that the flash memory is becoming corrupted and failing, though the devices do seem to last somewhere between 150 and 200 days before dying. According to reports, Samsung is replacing them under warranty whether or not people have rooted the devices or installed non-standard firmware, but the company is allegedly using the same revision for the mainboards, suggesting the problem may simply come back in a few months again."
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Samsung Galaxy S3s Suddenly Dying Due To Possible Hardware Issue

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