I updated about two to three weeks ago to Android 10, looking forward for another happy year with my Pixel 1 128GB, bought on day one.
The very next morning I started a timer (default clock app) and wondered why it never rang. Boom, my Pixel is dead. Countdown to self destruction? Just kidding.
Of course the device was not dropped, no water or whatsoerver touched the phone recently. It just died silently on my table.
Bootloader locked, was never unlocked
OEM Unlock is disabled / never enabled in the running system
Original Android 10 running for approx 12-16h
No root, custom rom, whatsoever. Stock android.
While still working, adb was connecting fine on my PC (I used scrcpy every now and then)
All that works now is if I press Vol up, Vol down and Power for approx. 10s, the phone vibrates. Then I can see in my PC that my Pixel is in fastboot mode. The screen stays off at all times. As my bootloader is locked, I can't do a lot, even flashing a zip with stock firmware won't work. If I type 'fastboot reboot bootloader' the device disappears from fastboot and never reaches adb.
I also tried to discharge my phone, thats why I write only now. Takes quite long if the screen is off to empty the battery in fastboot mode. All that happend now is that once I charge my phone the status LED is flashing red for some minutes. Now my phone can enter fastboot again, no bootlaoder, no screen.
Is there anything I can do to get to my data? I already bought a new phone, so disassembly without reasembly would be an option. After almost full three years rma is no option any more.