How To Activate Google Pixel 2

How To Activate Google Pixel 2

There are owners of the new Google Pixel 2 that will be interested in knowing how they activate their device. I will advise that you contact your service carrier whenever you are having activation issues with your Google Pixel 2. If you are interested in knowing how to activate your Google Pixel 2, you can follow the tips below. If you bought your Google Pixel 2 from Google Pixel 2 from carriers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint or T-Mobile, then you do not to be worried because the activation method is similar. There are several methods that will be explained below that you can use to activate your Google Pixel 2

How to Fix Pixel 2 Activation Errors


In case your Google Pixel 2 is reporting an error and it can’t be activated, that means there is something wrong with the servers connected to your device. I’ll list some issues that you can experience when your Google Pixel 2 won’t activate or when it activate but not bringing service:


  • The activation server connected to your Google Pixel 2 may be temporarily not available.
  • It’s possible your Google Pixel 2 is not recognized and can’t be activated to work with the service carrier. 


Restore


One of the effective methods of fixing activation issue on your Google Pixel 2 is to carry out a factory reset the Google Pixel 2.  it also gives you the option of a fresh start on your Google Pixel 2 . You should make sure that you backup important files to prevent data loss. You can do this by going to Settings on your device and clicking on Backup & Reset.

Restart


One of the simplest and effective ways to fix this issue on your Google Pixel 2 is to restart your smartphone. Although, it is not 100% sure that this method will solve the activation issue but it is worth trying. Reboot your Pixel 2 to check if the activation problem has been solved. 

Network Issues / WiFi


There are times when you will be experiencing activation issues because your connection to your server has been interrupted. You can confirm this by connecting our Google Pixel 2 to a different Wi-Fi connection to check.