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5 hours ago, mrrogers1 said:

My Pixel XL is doing quit nice! 

I've been checking Ampere over the last year, and when the phone was new, the battery rarely went over 30C.  These days, you pick it up to check email, and the battery temperature shoots up to 40+C.  Battery life is taking a hit these days.  My Nexus 6P did that after only 6 months, but it's clear that batteries in the Google Phones aren't designed to last more than 6-12 months.  

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Holy moly!  It was an act of congress, but MasterCard finally approved my claim!     They initially insisted that I get it repaired and get a repair estimate.  I explained several times and ways

psst lookie lookie.

It's here! It's finally here!!!     Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

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I've got a new Nexus 6p glass screen protector that I'll gladly mail to anyone who can use it.  Just cover the shipping cost.  It was a two pack, I only used one of them.


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