Pixel C bug with Android 8.1 (disappearing icons / widgets)

Since the update to Android 8.1 I noticed that after every reboot the icons / widgets on the first horizontal row of the first desktop screen is missing.
This bug only affects the first desktop screen. Additional screens are not effected by this bug.

Google customer support was not aware of a similar case so far but in the Google product forums there are already some threads.

So please get in touch with Google customer support via the Settings menu of your device and there’s a Support section.

How To Remove Virus & Fix Errors On Any Android Device

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*NOTE* – On Some devices Like that From Samsung,sony,LG and others running on a custom version of android has a slightly different method of booting into the safe mode.If the method shown in the video didn’t seem to work on your device then try the following

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Method #1-
1. Turn Off your Samsung Device.Then, turn it on
2. While your Samsung Device is turning on, constantly pressing the home button OR the Back button
3. You will see safe mode at the bottom left corner of the screen.

1. Turn off your phone.
2. Press the Power button and keep holding until you see ‘Samsung’ logo on the screen.
3. When the logo appears in the screen, release the Power button and hold down the volume down button
4. Keep on holding the Volume Down until your phone finishes rebooting.
5. If you were successful, you will see ‘Safe mode’ on the bottom left corner of the screen.
6. Now release the Volume Down button.
7. If you fail to boot into Safe mode, just turn off your samsung Galaxy and repeat the process.

(Mostly older ones)

1.With device Turned OFF, press and hold the Power button until the LG logo appears then release.
2. With the LG logo still onscreen, press and hold the Volume down button (located on the left-edge of the device).
3.Continue to hold Volume down button until “Safe mode” appears in the lower-left of the unlock screen then release.
Note The process may take up to 45 seconds to complete.

(Sony devices are like mystery from chemistry)

1. Turn off the phone.
2. Press and hold down the power key until the phone vibrates.
3. Wait until the Xperia logotype disappears.
4. Press and hold the volume down key until the phone vibrates, and safe mode appears.

More ways to boot into safe mode —

HTC phones with physical buttons

Turn off the phone. If you can’t turn off the phone, remove the battery, wait a few seconds, and then reinsert the battery to restart the phone.
Press and hold the Menu button and then turn on the phone. As the phone starts, keep holding down the Menu button until the lock screen appears or you see “Safe Mode” in the bottom corner.
Nexus One

Turn off the phone. If you can’t turn off the phone, remove the battery, wait a few seconds, and then reinsert the battery to restart the phone.
Turn on the phone.
When the phone logo appears, press and hold the trackball on the phone until the lock screen appears or you see “Safe Mode” in the bottom corner.

Tablets with Android OS version 4.1 or later- The Methods shown in the video

Tablets with Android OS version 4.0 or earlier

Press and hold the power button until the power options menu is displayed, then release the power button.
Tap the Power Off option.
After the tablet has powered off, press the power button to turn the tablet on.
When the logo is displayed (brand name or other startup logo), press and hold the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons until the tablet loads into Safe Mode.

Unfortunately,some device manufacturers block safe mode option on there custom version of android making it impossible for you to boot into the safe mode.Why?? Big corporations,Dont ask =P

On devices running on stock version of android like nexu,motorola moto phones,or devices running a stock based android rom,the above video will work.Anyways all the above Steps can be summed up into 4-5 Methods,If non of them were able to get your phone or tablet into safe mode then you we are left with only one resort ie. factory resetting *dramatic music plays in the background* (i don’t like using that word).

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How to Install Android Oreo – VERY EASY and NO PC (4k)

▶️ Check my other video: WANT Android Oreo 8.1? Step by Step Guide – How to Install Android Oreo 8.1

Update (11/4/2017): Google is now pushing Android Oreo (BETA) 8.1.0 to developers using this method in the BETA program. If you don’t want BETA software meant for developers, please don’t use this method. Otherwise, go ahead BUT remember you’re getting BETA software.

Update: Google has updated the Beta Preview program and now if you enroll your device you will get the release version of Android Oreo straight out! 😮

In this video tutorial I take you step by step on how to install Android Oreo BETA on your compatible Nexus or Pixel device without the need of a computer!

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▶️ Top 10 Android Oreo Features, check my other video:

⚪️ Links mentioned on this video:
To Enroll your device: https://www.android.com/beta

⚪️ If your device is not listed make sure is market “Show in menus” here:

Compatible devices with this tutorial:
Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player
Pixel C, Pixel, Pixel XL

WARNING: During my follow up video (Android Oreo rollback to Android Nougat), I had very inconsistent results with Android backup/restore functionality. Seems like there’s a bug, Google knows about it and will publish a fix in September. To check, open Google Drive, open the side menu, scroll down and tab on Backups. Look at when was your last device backup. When rolling back (my next video), this is what the install will use to rollback TO.

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