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The mobile made by LG and sold by Google is one of those affected by the boot loops and one of the reasons why the Korean manufacturer has been brought to trial. A user of this terminal, a victim of the mentioned problem, had no choice but to send it to repair, with the surprise that it came with 4 GB of RAM.
As you probably know, one of the specifications that were lower than the Nexus 6P is in RAM, staying at just 2GB, when it would not have been more than giving it 1 GB more.
The user, as we said, was a victim of the boot loop that affects some LG terminals, so he contacted the manufacturer who, being out of warranty, refused to repair it for free.
In view of this situation, the user considered it a good idea to send it to China for repair and when the phone was returned, he found that he had been given a 4 GB RAM module (which was also included in the repair).
While this type of change normally causes OTAs not to work and several bugs appear, everything seems to work fine.
In the captures that you can see a little more above we verify that the phone is a Nexus 5X and appears with 4 GB of RAM.
The user in question, who has posted on Reddit this fact, says that the most recent OTA that has received has worked correctly, like all other functions, and even goes faster as a result of the increase in RAM.
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