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Originally Posted by WAWood8
In this case, across all the different brands, sizes, and speeds of SD cards, the item that is the common one is THIS phone.
And ... in my own experience, I've used different brands, sizes, and speeds of SD cards across a variety of equipment, and as I indicated earlier, the ONLY piece of equipment that trashed ANY of those SD cards was this phone. And, of the SGS3s I have had, TWO of them have done the same thing -- I am on the third now.
So, you can choose to believe what you want -- I'm not arguing with you any more.
This phone is the common factor as it is THE ONLY phone we are discussing here
I do not know what testing techniques you used, but saying that this phone kills cards on the basis of this thread is totally presumptuous. Try open threads in other forums for very popular phones and you will then have grounds to say anything. You need SOMETHING to compare this phone to, otherwise there is no knowledge as to how many cards die in phones and whether what we're seeing here should be considered worrying or not.
This thread is like a study where the conclusion is drawn to say that X is more prone to kill cards than Y, without actually checking how many cards died in Y
. that means the conclusion has completely no grounds.
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