We know how frustrating it can be when a smartphone refuses to activate. Servers of a smartphone mostly do not work right when it fails to get activated. These servers can be fixed or managed accordingly.
There are many ways to fix this issue. This blog will take you through these solutions, one at a time. So, relax, get comfortable, and read this blog till the end to find out ways to fix your Google Pixel/ Pixel XL activation issues.
Turning off or re-starting the Google Pixel is one of the most basic yet most effective ways of getting it back to its working state. Even if your activation issues are not completely resolved, at least re-starting your Google Pixel will help it troubleshoot various other problems.
To begin with, you could simply try turning it off and then switching back on Google Pixel and Pixel XL. After doing so, check if your activation issue has been resolved or settled. Suppose it is resolved, then good for you!
Boot to Recovery Mode and Wipe Cache Partition:
The below-mentioned steps will enable the recovery mode of your Google Pixel and Pixel XL by booting the smartphone:
- Firstly, you need to press and hold the Home, Volume Up, and Power buttons simultaneously
- Wait for your phone to vibrate
- Once you feel the vibration, let go of the Power button while still holding the other two buttons (Volume Up and Home buttons)
- The ‘Android System Recovery’ screen will appear
- Use the ‘Volume Down’ button to select the ‘wipe cache partition’
- Now, press the Power button in order to select this option
- Wait for the cache partition to be cleared, and the Pixel and Pixel XL will reboot automatically
Now check if these steps have resolved the activation issues occurring on your device.
Association obstruction or a failed connection with servers can occur if your WiFi strength or WiFi connectivity is the problem. You can try to resolve this problem by taking some very suitable measures.
You can reconnect your device with another WiFi to see if it starts responding and returning to its normal activating mode. If it does, you can be sure that some WiFi setting at your home is messing with your device’s activation ability.
You can also try to ‘Factory Reset’ your Google Pixel/ Pixel XL device. Sometimes, it has been reported to resolve the activation issues related to this device. A factory reset on your device could also remove any other potential threats and dangers to your device and give it a fresh new start.
It is important to know that before you go to factory reset a Pixel and Pixel XL, you need to backup all your data to secure it from being lost. The best way you can do so is by following these simple steps:
- Go to ‘Settings’
- Now, tap on the option’ Backup and Reset’
This will ensure that you have a backup of all your important data in case of a factory reset
Google Pixel/ Pixel XL are trending in the modern world. People love them for their features and specifications. This blog presented a complete guide on fixing issues related to your device activation. Visit our website Qnnit to read more informative blogs such as GPO Private Server Codes and Chapter Redemption Codes.