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How to Fix WiFi Issue on Google Pixel and Pixel XL

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Annoying of Google Pixel and Pixel XL won’t connect to Wi-Fi? You can easily fix the Wifi issue on Google Pixel and Pixel XL. Users facing Google Pixel WiFi authentication problem or WiFi saved not connected also. There are several reasons for Pixel not connecting to WiFi like poor internet connection, router or modem issues, server not responding, authentication problem, etc. Also, the Wi-Fi authentication issue while connecting to the WiFi hotspot on Pixel and Pixel XL. Follow the below-given troubleshooting methods to fix Google Pixel not connecting to Wifi problem.

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Sometimes you’re Pixel and Pixel XL phone connected to Wi-Fi network but not access the Internet or automatically disconnect Wi-Fi at regular intervals also. Check out each one listed below various ways to fix Wifi problem on Pixel and Pixel XL phone.

Restart your Google Pixel

Switch off your Pixel phone and then switch on again after few seconds. This is one of the easiest ways to fix issues on all Android devices.

Check WiFi password

Make sure the WiFi password you entered correctly on your Pixel phone.

Check If Device/Network problem

If your Google Pixel phone does not connect with WiFi then try connecting your Wi-Fi with another smartphone. If other devices connected with your Wi-Fi network, the problem is on your Pixel phone.

Use other Wi-Fi networks on your Pixel & Pixel XL phone. If it connects with this network, the network may be causing an error on your phone.

Turn on Airplane Mode If Poor Network Signal

Turn on Airplane mode on your Pixel phone and then turn off again.

Restart/Reset Router to Fix Google Pixel WiFi Issue

Unplug the router and modem for few seconds and plug it again. Also, check wall outlet power is working or not.

Remove Connected WiFi network From Pixel

Delete connected WiFi and again add a Wi-Fi network on your Pixel phone.

Delete Wi-Fi Network on Pixel

Settings > Wi-Fi > Tap Wi-Fi network name > Forgot

Alternative Way: Settings > Network & internet > WiFi > Settings gear icon of connected network > Forget (Pixel running Android 10)

Add Wi-Fi Network on Google Pixel

To add a new Wi-Fi network on your Pixel device, you can fix Google Pixel Wi-Fi authentication problem issues sometimes.

Settings > Wi-Fi > Tap Wi-Fi Network name > Add network > Enter SSID & other details > Save

Alternative Way: Settings > Network & internet > Add network > Enter network name, Security, and other details > Save (Pixel running Android 10)

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Use Safe Mode to Fix Google Pixel Not Connecting to WiFi

Step 1: Turn off your Google Pixel device.

Step 2: Press & hold the power button until the Google logo appears on the screen.

Step 3: While Google logo on screen, press & hold the volume down button until see “safe mode” in your Google pixel screen.

If your Pixel phone running absolutely fine in safe mode, it means any third party apps causing the issue. Remove one by one recently downloaded third party app. Find that particular app and remove it from your device. To exit safe mode on Google Pixel, press the power button, and tap restart.

Reset Network Settings on Google Pixel

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Under the personal section, tap on Backup & reset.

Step 3: Tap on Network settings reset.

Step 4: Tap on Reset settings.

If set pattern lock or Password or fingerprint on your device, confirm it.

Step 6: Again touch Reset settings.

It will reset all network settings from your Pixel and Pixel XL phone including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular data. Check the Wi-Fi connection issue.

Alternative Way: Settings > System > Advanced > Reset options > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Buetooth > Reset settings > Confirm your screen lock > Reset settings (Google Pixel Running Android 10)

And that’s all. End the list of possible solutions to fix the Google Pixel WiFi issue. Do you have any alternative methods? Share it with us in below comment box.

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