Last Updated on May 24, 2023 by Bestusefultips
Annoying with Google Pixel stuck on the loading screen after the system update? Here is how to fix Google Pixel stuck on G loading screen or boot loop error. Due to this reason, sometimes a black screen shows on your Google Pixel devices. Several Pixel users reported Pixel stuck on the Google screen, Freeze Google Pixel on the G screen, or Pixel phone vibrating non-stop, including Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4, Pixel 4a, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, and Pixel 3a XL. When frozen, your Google Pixel XL won’t turn on also.
To fix this issue, factory reset your Google Pixel using recovery mode, power off your Pixel phone using the hardware key, and recharge the battery. Check out the below-given troubleshooting methods to fix Google Pixel stuck on the boot screen.
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How to Fix Google Pixel Stuck on the Loading Screen or G Screen
If you’re Pixel can’t power on, you need to perform a factory data reset using the volume and power buttons to fix these issues. Before completing this, make sure to back up your important data. It will remove all your phone data.
Factory Reset to Fix Google Pixel Stuck on Google Logo or Boot Loop
Step 1: Make sure your pixel phone is powered off.
Step 2: Press & hold the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the phone vibrates.
You can view the Android system recovery screen on Google Pixel. By default, the Start button shows on Google Pixel XL.
Step 3: Press the volume down button until you view Recovery mode.
Step 4: Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode.
You can see the above screen of the Android robot exclamation mark with a red triangle icon on your pixel phone.
Step 5: Press & hold the power button and volume up buttons simultaneously to scroll to Wipe data/factory reset. Press the power button to select it.
This message shows on your Google Pixel XL screen: Wipe all user data?
Step 6: To confirm, press the volume down buttons to scroll to Yes and press the power button to select it.
Clearing the cache may take 3-5 minutes.
Step 7: Press the volume down buttons to scroll to reboot system now, and press the power button to select it.
Reload Factory Image on your Pixel devices
You can download the factory image of your Pixel devices to get the latest version you want to use in your Pixel devices.
Replace your Pixel Phone
If none of the solutions worked for you, like factory reset, flash imaging, or rescue OTA, replace your device if under warranty or contact Google support.
And that’s it. Is your Google Pixel affected? Do you have any other tips to fix Google Pixel stuck on the boot screen? Please share with us in below comment box. Please stay connected with us for the latest Google Pixel tips.
Does anyone else have trouble getting to step 5 for factory reset? I see the android robot/exclamation point but holding down power and vol up goes nowhere. Any suggestions? thanx
Holding power button and press volume down button only once and you’ll enter into recovery mode.
I could not get my Pixel XL to stop randomly shutting down and restarting even after officially doing “flash-all” with and adb command with the official Android images (tried almost all of them going back to Android 7. My Pixel XL still will randomly restart. It really feels like Android 10 “killed” my Google Pixel XL. 🙁
If none of the solution worked for you, then post your problem on Google community forum. You’ll replace your device if under guarantee.