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The Google Pixel 2 is Google's second flagship phone, released on October 17, 2017. The phone features a 5-inch AMOLED display and comes with 64 or 128 GB storage options. It is available in three colors: Just Black, Clearly White, and Kinda Blue.

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Pixel 2 will not charge?

Pixel 2 will not charge? Should I replace the battery?

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my pixle 3 wont charge so i dont know if disply is working or not


@estelle1379 ,

Have you tried a different known working compatible charger or charger cable or connecting the phone to a computer's USB port to see if it gives an indication that it is charging at all?

What have you tried?


@jayeff ya but screen is not working so i don't if its charging or not.

gonna give it to scrap now buying new one thanks for replying sir

but now dont worry about it


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Hi Linda

If you’re not getting any response, it could be many different problems. First check for lint/dust/dirt stuck in the charging port that prevents the charging cable from making a good connection. Cleaning this out will fix your issue in many cases…

If you plan to replace the battery, I recommend getting a replacement charging port/USB board as well. That way you can diagnose all power issues at once.

If you are not experienced with opening phones, it is a good idea to get a replacement screen as well in case it is damaged during disassembly (return it if you don’t use it!)

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Hey Linda,

Hopefully you’re not having that problem anymore. I recently stumbled upon the same thing with my google pixel two. I was wary over replacing the piece myself because I felt there was an alternate solution that would get the problem done, and I was right!

The easiest thing for you to do would be to grab a thin object, I used a zip tie, and dip it in alcohol, isopropyl is preferable, and just keep on trying to wedge out dirt from the charging port. I spent about 30 minutes on my phone and at first only tiny pieces came off, but as I kept on wedging even bigger pieces came out. Once I connected my charger into the charging port it actually went all the way inside! (only 3/4 of the charger fit). And now it’s working good as new, hopefully this makes your way and you can fix your phone!!

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