Originally Posted by TadeoNYC
Why do you participate in this thread only to constantly repeat yourself when you have nothing constructive to offer. As I posted, if you specifically Google many other popular phones you will find few discussions of high failure rates of SD cards.
A few reasons:
1. I hate when people spread unconfirmed information based on a 0.00005% occurrences.
2. People will come here and believe now that very single card that dies, dies because of the S3, which of course is untrue.
3. I know how research and statistics work and cannot stand it when someone says that the phone causes all the trouble when there is no reason to believe 90% of the stuff in this thread.
4. I am a no-BS person and just hate anything that balances on the verge of a myth, urban legend, misconception, misinformation, arrogance and this thread represents everything I just mentioned.
5. The result of threads like this: newbies coming here and believing what all the people with dead cards say.
6. Half of those cards, and especially in the case of users who had 2 of them dead in 2 different S3s might just as well have died from viruses on a PC the S3 was connected to.
If you do not understand the fact that there are other reasons for a card to die other than manufacturing fault or S3, you should really go out there and do some proper research on how all that works.
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