Just a minor side note, on a typical alternate reset so that you know what to expect.You’re going to power the phone off, hold a specific set of key combinations (shown below), access a fastboot/testing/recovery/etc screen, select reset, and then the phone is going to power itself off, all by itself, then it’s going to power itself back on, all by itself.
If you’re seeking to do a reset on your Android Smartphone then you most likely know how effective a reset can be at solving issues on phones.
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Most of these hard resets require that your phone is completely powered off, so make sure that your phone is powered off all the way not just locked.
If you’re phone isn’t responding and you can’t power off the phone with the power button, then you might need to pull the battery out, count to ten, and then put the battery back in.