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Old January 17th, 2013, 01:16 PM   #137 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by valorian View Post
It just seems very odd that when people (myself included) had 16GB cards in there were no problems. As soon as they switched to 32 or 64GB cards they start failing. I had my 16 GB card for 6 months with no issues and it's still working. Put a 32 GB card in and it fails in 1 month.
I have had a 32GB card in mine for half a year now with no issues. This thread is just example of how distorted the Internet is.

You have a thread on the most popular Android forum in the world and a thread in an area for S3 users, which is the best selling phone in the world too, and you are telling me, that 100 users reporting problems with uSD cards means the phone has something to do with the cards dying?

I did take up the subject of research methodology and I can assure you, that this thread represents nothing in regards to the S3 kiiling SD cards.
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