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Google pixel 2 is among the latest smartphones working on an Android operating system. Google pixel is designed using the most advanced and innovative technologies and is possibly the best device working on Android OS. Google pixel is packed with features making it one of the favorite choice of worldwide users.
In spite of being the best Android device, it still suffers from some defects. One of them is the charging issue. Google pixel 2, not charging could be a result of hardware damage like the battery or the charging socket. However, you cannot really blame the powerful battery of Google pixel 2 every time. Most of the time Google pixel charging issue arises as a result of software related problems. Yes, you heard right Software is the main reason behind charging related problems in most of the cases.
So the big question here is how can software prevent your phone from charging? There is a simple answer to that. Every smartphone is a small sized computer where each and every component is connected to work in coordination with other. Similarly, there are several programs or software on your phone which is responsible for charging. As soon as you put your phone on charging the software is triggered. The phone will only start charging if the program allows it otherwise it will not charge even when connected to a charger. A faulty update is a major problem behind your pixel 2 not charging.
As long as there is no hardware damage and still your Google Pixel 2 won’t charge. You can follow these simple procedures listed below to bring your phone back to normal functionality.
Steps to fix Google pixel 2 charging issues
Rebooting your Pixel 2
If your phone has a small amount of power left you can try rebooting it which might help in restoring the normal functionality of the phone. Here is how you can restart your Google Pixel 2.
- First press the power button and hold it until a menu appears.
- Now press the power off button.
- Another way to do so is to keep holding the power button for around 10 to 12 seconds.
- Restart your phone after several minutes.
Battery calibration helps in ensuring the battery performance. However, it can only be done rarely as it may affect the battery life and performance adversely. If you have never done it before and you wish to do it then you follow the listed steps
- The first step is to use your phone until it switches off on its own.
- Now put your phone into charging and let it charge until it shows 100% battery.
- Again use your phone until the battery drains full and then change it fully and switch it on.
- Now you have successfully calibrated the battery of your Google Pixel 2.
Boot into Safe mode
If you still have Google Pixel 2 charging issues you can try this method. This is only applicable you have a little power left. What you need to do is close all the background applications before charging to ensure no third party apps are preventing the charging. You can put your phone in safe mode to check whether the charging problem is due to a third party application or not.
It is the last method which will surely remove any software related problem. But factory reset must be done when you have at least 30% of battery and as your phone has only a little power left it is not advisable. If you still want to give it a try then follow the given steps.
- Switch off your phone by pressing and holding the power button.
- Now press and hold the volume down key for around 3 seconds.
- Press the power button while still holding the volume key until a menu appears.
- Now use the volume keys to highlight the recovery option and press the power key to confirm.
- As soon as the Android logo appears on the screen press the power key for 2 seconds.
- Now press the volume up key still holding the power button.
- You will see an option of factory reset. Highlight it using the volume and down button and now press the power button to confirm.
- You will be asked to confirm whether you want to delete all the data. Confirm it by pressing the power button.
Wait for several minutes for the process to complete. Your phone will automatically switch on and is now ready to use.
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