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Last night, I flashed my Pixel 6 phone because I want to move to Pixel 7. After flashing, I turned on the phone for a while, and then I used the Recovery >Wipe data/factory reset option. Unfortunately, after finishing, a strange message appeared.

-- Wiping data --
E: Open failed: /metadata/ota: No such file or directory
Formatting /data...
Formatting /metadata...
Wiping Titan M...
Wiping keys...
E:gto_esehal SecureElement:t1_recv_window_append free = 261

E:gto_esehal SecureElement:t1_recv_window_append free = 261

E:gto_esehal SecureElement:t1_recv_window_append free = 261

E:gto_esehal SecureElement:t1_recv_window_append free = 261

Data wipe complete

Is it something serious? Can I sell the phone in this condition or should I return it for a warranty? Isn't this some sort of security flaw? Other than that, everything works fine.

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  • Which part of the posted message do you think is strange? Titan is the Google security chip.
    – Robert
    Commented Nov 13, 2022 at 16:47
  • On a tangent - I hope you signed out of your Google account before factory reset, else there would be factory-reset-protection kicking in//On the main question, besides what @Robert said, there is no error reported, so it's fine AFAIK
    – beeshyams
    Commented Nov 14, 2022 at 4:17

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