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Rescue Party is a feature in Android 8.0 Oreo that helps to stop device bootloops by Noblex: 6:48 pm On Aug 23, 2017
Rescue Party is a feature in Android 8.0 Oreo that helps to stop device bootloops
Android 8.0 Oreo is finally here, and with it comes Picture-in-Picture support, a redesigned settings page, notification dots, and plenty more.
We've had a solid idea of what to expect with the 8.0 update ever since the first developer preview was released, but it looks like there's a new feature being introduced that we weren't anticipating.
That new feature is called Rescue Party, and its main purpose is to prevent devices from getting stuck in reboot loops (more commonly referred to as bootloops).
With Rescue Party on Android 8.0 Oreo, Android will recognize if a device is currently running through a bootloop if it sees that core components of the system are repeating themselves over and over again with continued failed results.
Should these attempts occur with no change, Rescue Party will then force the bootlooping device into recovery mode so the user can then do a factory reset and get the phone back in a working state that way. This feature is availble by default.
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