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Significant Differences between the:
Samsung Galaxy S3 and the S3 Mini:
1. The S3 has all the bells and whistles of being more advanced in hardware and software then the S3 Mini
2. The S3 can last longer in battery life than the S3 Mini
3. The S3 has more storage space available for more apps than the S3 Mini.
4. The S3 is more complex with its many software options than the S3 Mini
The S3 Mini is for the Minimalist who doesn't want all of that, but just cares about having a basic phone with a touch screen that has the flexibility of Android.
The S3 is for the person who plans to use their phone for a multitude of things.. or the person who likes to download a lot of apps, either for gaming, as entertainment for their kids, someone who plans to take a lot of photos, and use it for work. You can do this with the S3 Mini as well, but because of its limitations in speed, on board storage, and battery life.. it won't be able to handle as much as the S3 will be able to do.
Think I might just have discovered the issue here. I had the same problem but didn't realize that the volume was maxed on the unit (as I was controlling it through the phone). As soon I brought the volume down on the unit the problem went away.
I had the same problem with my s3 shutting down and rebooting. The problem wasn't with the software or the main body of the phone, it was the back cover obstructing the operation of the switch, not allowing it to pop out smoothly (I could hear the switch scratching on the case when pressed). I rremoved the back case and pressed the on off button and it didn't make the squeaking scratchy noise and had no resetting issue. I shaved a little from the edge of the case and now there's no issue at all.
Try this simple solution- press on the power button for a very long time, until the laptop stops working.
After the computer shuts down, turn it on again and look for the sleep settings, sometimes the computer is too eager to turn off the display. You'd be surprised how many computers have troubles waking from their sleep (maybe they need to call the charming prince). Anyhow, check the settings for the computer's sleep. I always ensure that my laptop won't independently fall asleep, always by button.