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In either state, resignation from a job is a disqualification for unemployment. If you were employed in Texas, that is the primary location for your answer though because the taxes you pay to California are not the same as if you worked there. They aren't establishing an unemployment account for you there and your employer is not either.
Regardless, resignation is a disqualification for unemployment.