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Installation issues of Android 10 updates; it sticks on the boot screen

Google moved to put the stable version of Android 10, and the update is currently accessible for the Pixels. There’s a ton to like, including a Smart Reply, system-wide dark theme, a new gesture navigation system, granular location-sharing controls, etc. With the stable OTA now accessible, Pixels owners around the globe are downloading the update. As it is regularly the situation with these things, it would appear that few clients see protracted introduce times with telephones stuck on the boot screen with the Google logo.

As stated on Google’s product forums, the Android 10 installation is by all accounts stuck at the boot screen for anyplace between 30 minutes to six hours. It doesn’t appear to be constrained to one gadget either, with clients on the first generation Pixel, Pixel 2, Pixel 3, and the Pixel 3a revealing the same issues with the installation. In case you’re confronting a comparable issue on your Pixel and are reluctant to pause, there are a couple of things you can do. You can physically sideload Android 10 by adhering to these directions, or return to Pie to attempt the Android 10 OTA update once more. To do as such, you’ll need to boot into recuperation mode by pushing down on the power catch and volume down keys all the while. When you’re in the recovery mode, navigate to Reboot framework currently by utilizing the volume up/down keys, and hit the power catch to reboot your Pixel phone.

On the off chance, that doesn’t work, or you can’t go into recovery mode, do a force reboot multiple time by pushing down on the power button, following which you ought to have the option to boot again into Android 9 Pie. You can also try to install the update one more time to check whether it goes through. Many users have installed this update on their Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3 XL, and 3a XL, and however, it took marginally longer on the Pixel 2 XL (around 10 minutes at the boot screen). They didn’t face any issues. It is recommended to hold up for about a half-hour at the boot screen for the installation to complete before attempting a power reboot.

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