Nokia Lumia 925 - How to soft reset

Windows Phone 8
Phone: Nokia Lumia 925
Factory OS: Windows Phone 8

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How to soft reset

To soft reset your phone, hold down the power button for a few seconds.

Then wait for 5-10 seconds and hold down the power button again to restart the phone.

If the phone is really frozen, then try holding down the power button for around 10 seconds to turn it off.

 
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7 responses to “How to soft reset”

  1. SvW says:

    If your Lumia 925 freezes and no button works anymore…even the power button.
    There is annother way ( I never read about on the internet).

    You can disconnect the battery connector ( theres one wire from the black battery) for a second, thats enough (just lift it up with a little screwdriver, and pull down and connect again) you will loose no data or apps. Nothing!
    it will automatically start up again.

  2. Yorkie says:

    This was a superb piece of advice for me, thankyou. Worked wonders.

  3. Dead Nokia says:

    OMG! Thank you so much. All I had to do was pop the back off and disconnect the wire to the battery. It was so easy!! My phone started back up as soon as I reconnected and put the back on! And it saved all my contacts! Genius!

  4. Eirik says:

    Didnt workshop on me

  5. Kevlanm says:

    There’s a better way – if it freezes and no button works, press and hold the power button and then also press and hold the volume down button for 5-10 seconds until it does the little vibrate…guy at the T-Mobile store showed me that one!

  6. EricP. says:

    Awesome advoce for the gfs phone. Just so its clear for others. Pop off the back. Look for a black wire from the bqttery. Pop it up with your fingers where it ends on the top half of the phone. Its a plug-in connector. The phone will turn off. Reconnect and put cover back on. Turn on phone normally. You shoukd be all set.

  7. Jerry Pike says:

    fantastic…well done that man!

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