How to Fix Pixel 7/7Pro stuck in Fastboot after rooting

Fix Pixel 7/7Pro stuck in Fastboot after rooting: Have you ever attempted to customize your smartphone to change system items? If yes, then you’d probably have used Fastboot on your device. This mode will allow you to unlock your bootloader and then flash the files to customize your smartphone. Sometimes, it might happen that your smartphone gets stuck in Fastboot mode and it won’t come out to normal mode. If you’re in this situation, your Google Pixel 7 Pro would be refusing to Fastboot mode and you’ll need to fix it. In this guide, you’ll get to know how to fix Pixel 7 Pro stuck in Fastboot after rooting.

How to fix Pixel 7 Pro stuck in Fastboot mode after root with magisk

Step 1: Install Android SDK

To start off, install the Android SDK Platform Tools on your PC or computer. It’s the official ADB and Fastboot binary provided by Google. You should download it and extract it to a convenient location on your PC. Doing this will give you the necessary platform-tools folder.

Step 2: Get Google Pixel 7 Pro Init_Boot.img

  1. First, you’ll need to download the device’s stock firmware from the links mentioned below –

Pixel 7 (Panther) – Download

Pixel 7 Pro (Cheetah) – Download

  1. Make sure that you download the same version that’s currently installed on your smartphone
  2. Once it is downloaded, extract it to a convenient location on your PC
  3. Head over to the Images folder and then copy the init_boot.img and boot.img files to the platform-tools folder

Step 3: Boot your Pixel device to Fastboot mode

You’ll now need to boot your device to the Fastboot Mode. In most scenarios, as soon as your device is soft-bricked, it’ll automatically get booted to Fastboot. If your smartphone is booted in a boot loop, then allow it to drain the battery so that your phone gets powered off. After that, connect your phone to the charger, and as soon as you’ve done so, press and hold the Power and Volume Down keys. Your smartphone will now be booted to Fastboot.

Step 4: Flash Init_Boot.img and Boot.img

Fix Pixel 7/7Pro stuck in Fastboot after rooting

Now, you’ll need to execute these two commands in the CMD window for flashing the init_boot.img and boot.img files to the respective partitions.

fastboot flash init_boot boot.img

fastboot flash boot boot.img

Lastly, you’ll need to type the following command to boot your smartphone to the OS –

fastboot reboot

This is the end of the tutorial. For those whose Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro became stuck in Fastboot Mode after rooting using Magisk, these were the steps to take to get it back into normal operation. Leave a comment below if you have any questions about the steps we’ve mentioned.

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