How to Fix Pixel 2 Stuck on Boot Screen Loop

Here are few tips you can follow to address and fix Pixel 2 getting stuck in a boot screen loop. Google Pixel 2 stands as one of the best smartphones of 2017. It was only succeeded by the new Pixel 3 series, making it even a better deal now. Pixel 2 has everything to make it one of the best smartphone of last year. Latest Android Operating system, great specs that makes it run like a beast and best in class camera that is still tough to beat by other flagships. What makes it stand out from the rest of the smartphones is the latest Android Operating System that comes out for Google smartphones first. However, as it runs Android, it is also prone to some common problems that occur across all devices. With this guide, we will show how to fix a software issue that makes Google Pixel 2 stuck in bootloop when you try to turn it on and it gets stuck at the G screen with Google logo.

A boot screen loop is something software related, it usually occurs when you are flashing system software or are experimenting with system mods. There are few methods you can use to fix it. If it was after installing an app, you can use Safe Mode which only initiates the core functionality without any user installed apps. Further, if that doesn’t solve it, you can try to reboot by using the stock recovery partition. Both of these methods are listed right ahead in detail.

Fix Boot Screen Loop, Google Pixel 2

As explained previously, there are more than one way to solve this issue. We have written a complete and easy guide with which you can fix the Google Pixel 2 boot problem. Keep reading ahead if you want to fix your Google Pixel 2.

How to Fix Pixel 2 Stuck on Boot Screen Loop

As already said that there more than one way to fix this issue. You can use the methods below one by one to check which method suits you the best.

Method 1 – Using Safe Mode to Fix Pixel 2 Boot Screen Loop

Try using the safe mode of you Google Pixel 2 as it will disable all the third party application only running the system apps allowing user to check if any third party app is causing the problem. Follow the steps below to fix the problem.

Step 1 – First completely turn off your device by pressing the power button.

Step 2 – Now after turning it on, when the Google logo appears, Press and hold volume down button until the boot animation ends.

Step 3 – Now you will enter the safe mode. Confirm it by the Safe Mode watermark at the bottom of the screen.

If your device is working properly, you can uninstall the recent software you’ve installed in your device.

Method 2 – Boot Google Pixel 2 From Recovery Menu

You can also boot your Google Pixel 2 from the recovery menu. To do that, follow the given steps:

Step 1 – First turn off your Pixel 2 then press and hold Power and Volume down buttons.

Step 2 – Release the buttons when you feel your phone vibrate. You will an Android logo on the screen.

Step 3 – Now wait for a while and press Volume down button until you see Recovery mode option on the screen.

Step 4 – After that, press Power and Volume up button then select Reboot System Now, and press the Power Button to confirm it.

Your phone will now restart and the toot screen problem will be solved.

If these don’t work for you, read our guide on installing factory firmware on Pixel 2. Hope these methods have helped in solving the problem. Drop a comment below if you a still having issues.

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