Throughout the last two months we've received numerous reports of Galaxy S III smartphones dying unexpectedly, usually overnight. Luckily those users who have experienced this trouble got their Galaxy S III quickly repaired (with replaced motherboards) or replaced altogether by Samsung.
Samsung has now officially acknowledged the issue, confirming to the guys over at Tweekers that a fix is in the works and will be arriving soon.
As it turns out the "sudden death" issue is affecting very small number of Galaxy S III phones with 16GB storage and appears about half a year after the initial activation. The device usually dies overnight while charging or when on long stand-by, or after a reboot.
There is no official information on when exactly Samsung will be ready with the fix, but we guess it will be shortly after the rollout of the 4.1.2 update completes.
was installing a custom raw and it fail and i press the rest botten by mistake and the phone won't come on can u plz help me !!!!!!! ( galaxy s3 t-mobile )
Im in a small island in the south pacific called Tonga. There are no reps here for Samsung so how could I get my phone fixed........ Any great Ideas out there? Love to hear it.
my phone just died just like the others while it was getting charged overnight!!! its around 1 year old!! sent an email to Samsung but they want a purchase date which i do not have as it was a gift....can anyone help?