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Has anybody else's phone restarted on its own in the last 24 hours? We have HTC and Samsung and it has occurred on both makes.

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My Pixel XL power cycled twice today. I thought it was a bit odd, or something buggy with the October security update.

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Yeah actually, our Nexus 6p power cycled about two days ago, then yesterday.

best part; then our 5x did, and went into bootloop sickness finally. We are now the proud owners of a z2 force that rebooted 5 minutes ago. What gives?

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8 hours ago, belusnecropolis said:

Yeah actually, our Nexus 6p power cycled about two days ago, then yesterday.

best part; then our 5x did, and went into bootloop sickness finally. We are now the proud owners of a z2 force that rebooted 5 minutes ago. What gives?

Welcome to the 5x bootloop club. Our member count is approaching the total number of 5xs sold.

 

Funny how a lot of us move on to moto handsets for some reason.

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24 minutes ago, caspar347 said:

Welcome to the 5x bootloop club. Our member count is approaching the total number of 5xs sold.

 

Funny how a lot of us move on to moto handsets for some reason.

I thought of you when it happened.

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10 hours ago, caspar347 said:

Welcome to the 5x bootloop club. Our member count is approaching the total number of 5xs sold.

 

Funny how a lot of us move on to moto handsets for some reason.

Almost as many with the 6P too.  Like this guy.

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Hey I am writing this from my replacement 6P, which I think is a different hardware version than my original.  Anyone want to confirm?

 

 

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5 hours ago, MrZorbatron said:

Hey I am writing this from my replacement 6P, which I think is a different hardware version than my original.  Anyone want to confirm?

 

 

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Looks just like my OG equipment.

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