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Jan. 10, 2022, 12:35 a.m. | /u/fxbg123

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My Pixel 4XL recently gave up on me. No idea why - its in great condition, no water damage, etc. but it just won't stay on past the boot screen even fully charged and so on. I requested remote deletion through google. After doing so, I powered on, and it remained on for a brief period, long enough to begin the factory reset/erase, but soon after shut off again. I don't know if the erase was completed. Following this I …

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