If you’re a Google Pixel Watch user, you may have experienced the frustrating issue of your Google Pixel Watch Stuck Restarting. Don’t worry, you’re not alone! This problem has been reported by many users. In this blog post, we’ll share some tips to help you fix your Pixel Watch stuck restarting issue.
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Restart the Watch
To turn off or restart your Google Pixel Watch, you can use either the Settings app or the Digital Crown. If you’re using the Settings app, navigate to Settings > System > Restart (or Power off) and confirm your action by tapping the checkmark. However, if your watch isn’t responding, you can try a forced restart by pressing and holding both the Digital Crown button and the smaller side button for around 30-60 seconds until you see the white Google G icon on the screen. Keep holding both buttons until the watch reboots completely.
If you can power down your watch or it’s already off, you can also use Fastboot mode to restart it. To do this, turn off your watch, wait 30 seconds, then turn it back on by pressing the crown. Once you see the white G logo, tap the upper-left and lower-right corners of the screen simultaneously to enter Fastboot mode. From there, scroll down to Recovery Mode and press the crown, then swipe up from the bottom of the screen while holding the crown to access the Recovery menu. Finally, swipe down to select Reboot system now and wait for your watch to reboot.
Remember to only use a forced restart as a last resort, and try to avoid doing it routinely. Once you’ve successfully restarted your watch, all previous issues should be resolved.
Check for Accessories
If you have any accessories such as cases, screen protectors or bands, they could be pressing down on the power button or obstructing the watch from functioning correctly. Try removing them and see if that fixes the issue.
Check Battery Level
Check the battery level of your watch using the Google Pixel Watch app and on your phone’s Android device settings. Ensure that the watch is fully charged, and if not, consider replacing the battery. A degrading battery can cause the watch to restart continuously.
Check Notification Settings
Make sure you are not using any notification-suppressing modes that limit or disable the amount of notifications you receive from your phone. These modes can drain the battery of your watch.
To save battery life, turn off location services if you don’t often use them. Additionally, turn off LTE if you don’t plan on using your watch over a cellular connection. You can also disable the watch’s nighttime sleep tracking feature, which stops the watch from uploading data to your Fitbit app after you wake up.
Seek Professional Help
If none of the above steps work, it’s time to seek professional help. Contact Google’s support team, who are equipped with the knowledge and resources to diagnose and repair problems with your Pixel watch. You may need to send your watch to a Google Authorized Service center to resolve the issue. They will be able to help you determine the best solution based on your specific model and version of the device.
If your Google Pixel Watch is stuck restarting, follow the above tips to fix the issue. Ensure that your watch and phone are connected properly, remove any accessories that may be obstructing the watch from functioning correctly, check the battery level and notification settings, save battery, and seek professional help if the issue persists.
Masab Farooque is a Tech Geek, Writer, and Founder at The Panther Tech. He is also a lead game developer at 10StaticStudios.
When he is not writing, he is mostly playing video games