Mike Becky

Samsung Galaxy S III’s Bricking for ‘No Reason’ ➝

Raymond Wong writing for the Boy Genius Report:

The issue appears to be related to the NAND becoming corrupted and killing off the Galaxy S III’s mainboard, which causes the phone to essentially “brick” itself. Users have reported the issues have affected some devices after 150-200 days after purchase.

Sounds like a pretty sweet feature.

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