Pixel Xpert Package Not Responding: How to Fix

In this guide, we will show you the steps to fix the Package Not Responding error in Pixel Xpert. Pixel devices come with the purest form of AOSP experience with just the right amount of features. Although this clean stock UI is welcomed any day of the week, it tends to somewhat fall shorter on the customization front. Thankfully, these devices are among the most supported ones in custom development and are blessed with tons of custom binaries.

One such mod is Pixel Xpert which is arguably the best one out there. For the unaware, it beholds a slew of customizations in its arsenal, including the ability to tweak the Status bar, Quick Settings panel, Lock screen, Notifications, Gesture Navigations, Phone & Dialer, Hotspot, Package Manager, and Screen properties. However, as of late, it is giving quite a tough time to the end users as some of its functionalities aren’t working along the expected lines.

Pixel Xpert Package Not Responding

Moroever, when the user heads over to the Pixel Xpert’s Connected Packages section, then they can verify that one or multiple packages are currently not working. And this is the reason why the mod is unable to get the intended job done. If you are also facing this issue, then this guide will make you aware of a couple of handy workarounds to rectify this bug. Follow along.

Fix Pixel Xpert Package Not Responding Error

Pixel Xpert Package Not Responding

It is recommended that you try out each of the below-mentioned workarounds and then see which one spells out success. So with that in mind, let’s get started.

FIX 1: Restart Device

As obvious as it may sound, but in some cases, a simple restart is all that is needed to rectify this issue. However, make sure you do a proper restart and not Restart System UI or a Soft Reboot as the latter two wouldn’t get the job done.

FIX 2: Switch to Canary

Your next course of action should be to switch to the Canary build of the app. While this might be a tad bit unstable than its stable counterpart, however, they receive updates much quicker and hence the issues are also fixed at a much faster pace than the stable version. So make a switch to the stable version via the below-listed steps and check out the results:

  1. Launch Pixel Expert and go to the Updates section.
  2. Then select Canary from there and hit Update.
  3. Check if it fixes the Package Not Responding error in Pixel Xpert.Pixel Xpert Package Not Responding

FIX 3: Reinstall Pixel Xpert

In some cases, the app data might get corrupted and hence reinstalling the app might be your best bet. Fortunately, when it comes to Pixel Xpert, that could easily be done from within the app itself.

  1. Launch Pixel Expert and go to the Updates section.
  2. Then select your current update channel and hit Reinstall.
  3. Check if it fixes the Package Not Responding error in Pixel Xpert.Pixel Xpert Package Not Responding

FIX 4: Downgrade Pixel Xpert

If none of the aforementioned methods spelled out success, then your last course of action should be to downgrade the module to its earlier stable build that was free from this issue. If you want, you may take a backup of the current settings, but while that may save your valuable time from setting up the module from scratch the next time you install it, however restoring the corrupt module settings would end up doing more harm than good. Therefore, it is recommended to set it up from scratch itself. Here’s how it could be done:

  1. To begin with, launch LSPosed and go to the Modules section.
  2. Then long press on the Pixel Xpert Mofule and select Uninstall.Pixel Xpert Package Not Responding
  3. Now download the older version of the module from GitHub.
  4. Then flash it via Magisk, restart your device, and check the result.

That’s it. These were the various methods to fix the Package Not Responding error in Pixel Xpert. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.


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