It was reported previously by some Galaxy S3 users that their device is refusing to turn on, actually the problem is caused due to a motherboard failure. Some users said that the problem occurred when the phone is left idle for a long time.
Samsung hasn’t made any official statement about the culprit of the problem, but they have confirmed that this issue is only limited to “small number” of 16GB Galaxy S3 variants. So 32GB or 64GB variant users need not to worry about anything.
Dutch Samsung representative Anne ter Braak said that the problem is limited to a small number of units and that a fix will be out as soon as possible. According to the representative, the issue is due to a firmware bug that can be solved with a minor update. Like other updates, it is expected to be an OTA update. – NDTV
This is all due to a firmware bug in the Samsung ROM, Samsung will be rolling out a software update really soon to fix this this problem. There are no words on the release date of the update, but we can expect it to come really soon via OTA.
Those who are facing the problem can move into to the nearest Samsung service center and get their devices exchanged or repaired, this is the only solution as of now.via
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