Undoubtedly Google’s Pixel devices are powerful and recent additions Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL both have added a next level advancement. Although, even Google couldn’t make it possible to make its devices without an issue. For the past few months, some users have been reporting a “Your device is corrupt. It can’t be trusted and may not work properly.” error Google in Pixel devices.

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The “Your Device is Corrupt” error appears on the Pixel’s screen while users try to update the device with the OTA update. Of course, the error is related to your operating system, so it is quite possible it affect your data. Since we don’t know about your device’s past performance, we have found a possible solution to fix “Your Device is Corrupt” error in Google Pixel devices.
How to Fix Your Device is Corrupt Error in Google Pixel Devices

How to Fix Pixel “Your device is corrupt. It can’t be trusted and may not work properly.” Error

Solution #1: Reboot your Pixel device

Rebooting device is one of the simplest and workaround solutions that can help to solve any problem. So, out first and foremost way to fix the “Your Device is Corrupt” on Google Pixel devices is rebooting. To do that, press and hold Power and Volume Down key at the same time for a few seconds.

Solution #2: Try to Boot into Safe Mode

Since Google’s all Pixel device run the latest operating system, there are the chances of incompatibility of some third party apps. As aforesaid, it pops up due to the firmware bug. So, our next suggestion is to try to boot your Pixel device in safe mode. Here’s how to do it.

Step #1. First, turn off your Pixel device.

Step #2. Next, press and hold the Power key until you see the Google logo.

Step #3. Once the Google logo appears, leave the Power key but keep holding the Volume Down key.

Step #4. After that, once your phone restarts and displays Safe Mode message, release the Volume Down key.

Step #5. You’re done! Now you are in safe mode.

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If you see any the problem is occurring due to any third party app, then try to uninstall the app to solve “Your Device is Corrupt” Error in Pixel devices.

Solution #3: Wipe Cache Partition

If the above method doesn’t work on your Google phone, then you can try wipe cache partition. It will delete all caches on your device so that device can run smoother while fixing the error.

Step #1. First of all, turn off your Pixel device.

Step #2. Next, Press and Hold Power and Volume Down key for a few seconds. It will put your device in bootloader mode

Step #3. Now, press Volume down button twice to highlight recovery mode. Press Power key to select the recovery mode. It will put your device in recovery mode.

Step #4. Now use Volume Up and Down keys to locate “Wipe Cache Partition” option and Press the Power key to select the option and clear the cache partition.

Don’t worry! The wipe cache partition will only clear unwanted data. It won’t delete your important files.

Solution #4: Factory Reset your Pixel device

Our last hope is resetting the device if the all solution mentioned above could not able fix the “Your Device is Corrupt” Error.

Step #1. First, turn off your Pixel device.

Step #2. Next, now Press and Hold Power + Volume Down key for few seconds to put your device in bootloader mode.

Step #3. Press Volume down button twice to highlight recovery mode and then press Power key to select the recovery mode.

Step #4. In recovery mode, use Volume Up/Down keys to locate the wipe data/factory reset option and use the Power key to select the option.

Step #5. Once you asked to confirm. Again use Volume Up/Down keys to navigate and Power to select Yes- delete all user data.

Step #6. Finally, use the Power key to select Reboot system now.

That’s all!

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For now, there were the all possible ways to get rid of “Your Device is Corrupt” error in Google Pixel devices. Hope these method work for you. In cases, if are still getting the same error or have any other solution to fix this annoying, please do not hesitate to ask or share with us in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.