Thanks for the update. My devices is in the same state. (Verizon unlocked bootloader on NDE63P) I was rooted but have since flashed the full image file "P" and am back to stock with unlocked bootloader. I was hoping we could take the OTA with unlocked bootloader. Thanks for the update.So I have a Verizon Pixel 128GB used on Verizon that I unlocked the bootloader on using depixel8. I'm not rooted because I haven't felt the need to. Anyway, I took the Nov OTA and currently have NDE63V instead of X. No issues and bootloader still unlocked. Just posting for the FYI.
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Nope. Not at all. I tried every firmware Google has posted and each time the bootloader unlock remained greyed out and I received bloat from Verizon upon setup. I don't think it makes a difference whatsoever and most people are speculating that what makes it a Verizon variant is the CID/IMEI that is attatched to the device. No changes occur upon flashing any of the firmwares. Sorry to be the barer of bad news.By doing this, unlocking Verizon Pixel, then flashing stock Google Build, have we stripped the hardware of thinking it was ever a Verizon device? Meaning, has the phone transformed in a way that it's like you bought the phone direct from Google?