Google Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X bootloop issue has been solved

Geronimo Vena
Luglio 25, 2017

If it is the latter then perhaps this fix will allow you to use your Nexus 6P as a secondary device.

Past year we heard reports that some Nexus 6P owners were reporting that their phones were stuck in a bootloop, which effectively rendered them useless. Google Huawei and LG have been sued for this issue, but the companies have done nothing to solve the problem, rather, they've only been issuing replacement units or full refunds for the affected units.

A few industrious minds at XDA-Developers do have an idea, though, and have figured out a fix to the situation: by deactivating the BIG cores on the chipset. For some reason, these "A57 performance cores" prevent the phone from booting when active, so they need to be turned off completely.

So far based on the feedback given for the fix, many users are reporting that it is successful and that previously bricked Nexus 6P devices are now back up and running. All that is needed is for Google Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X users to flash modified images for the boot.img as well as a modified build of the TWRP in order to open the door for flashing other files later on. If you want to at least get your Nexus 6P working, check out the source link below for the very detailed instructions. Be sure to let us know what your experience is in your comments below.

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