My Google Pixel 4 XL stuck on the boot logo: How to Fix Boot loop Problem

Boot loops are the result of system files not knowing how to function during the initial start-up phase and can be caused by a variety of things, from downloading new apps to accidentally changing system files. Are you too facing boot loop issue with your Pixel 4 XL? then follow the below simple guide to fix the Boot loop Problem on Google Pixel 4 XL.

Usually, the device will boot fine. But sometimes, there will be some sort of error that prevents booting. This is a lot harder to handle than a program crashing when someone is using the device since a boot error affects the whole system—you can’t just force-close the program since the program, in this case, is supposed to run the whole device.

So, instead, you might decide that in this situation the device should reboot: turn itself off and back on, starting the boot process over again. Or maybe the reboot isn’t even your choice and results from some issue with the device’s electronics that automatically triggers a reboot.

So boot loop means when a device isn’t able to boot and instead reboots itself over and over again. The device will keep rebooting, never once reaching a usable state, until either it loses power (is unplugged or uses up its battery) or the error is fixed.

Boot loop Problem on Google Pixel 4 XL

Fix Google Pixel 4 XL Bootloop

There can be many scenarios of the boot loop issue like if you are using custom ROM and have root access, installed an unknown magisk module and stuck in the boot loop or you simply did a restart and you are in a boot loop. In this particular post, we will be talking about the second scenario.

1. Factory Reset via Recovery

In case you don’t know what is recovery, the first thing the bootloader rings up is the recovery. Recovery Mode refers to a special bootable partition, which contains a recovery application installed in it. And you can fix some problems with your phone. Follow the steps to clear cache from recovery mode:

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  • Turn off your phone.
  • Once it is turned off. Press and hold the power and volume down button simultaneously until the Google logo pops up.
  • Release the Power button but keep holding down the Volume Down button until the recovery mode screen appears.
  • Press the power button to boot into recovery mode.
  • Once booted in recovery mode, use the volume buttons to highlight the Wipe data/factory reset option.
  • Press the power button to select that option.
  • After reset, simply reboot to the system by using the volume and power buttons.

2. Restore Pixel’s factory image

Disclaimer

This could damage your phone if not done in the right way. We at GetDroidTips will not be responsible for anything that goes wrong.

Flashing an image can be tricky for a normal user. We don’t suggest a normal user perform this step. Kindly contact the nearest Google Authorized Service Center to do it.

We have already written a beautiful article for the same. The article is for Google Pixel 3a/3a XL but the steps are the same do follow the steps carefully and you are good to go.

See the tutorial here: Download and install Factory Images on Google Pixel

Download Latest Images from here: Factory Images for Pixel 4

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Additionally, you can also post your specific problem in Google Forum.

Conclusion

Boot Loop occurs when a specific change or damage to the computer’s hardware or software happens. So try not to anything of which you don’t have knowledge. And I hope your bootloop issue with Pixel 4 XL has been solved when you are reading this.

Do you own a Pixel Device, or any Android device and need these types of simple tutorials? Then stay tuned to GetDroidTips’ Android Tips & Tricks column because many simple tutorials for Pixel are coming soon.

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