As per XDA here you can perform force restart by doing this.
To reboot the phone without ADB, just hold down the Vol Up and power button for 9 seconds, the phone should shut down.
If this doesn't power down the phone, you can try this. Lot of people has reported success in this method for most of the HTC phones.
Put your phone under a bright light then ...
Moto X Factory Reset is possible in two ways:
Settings → Backup & reset →Factory Data Reset →Reset Phone.
Alternate way (External Reset below)
Vol Dn + Power press for few seconds
From the "Boot Mode Selection Menu" screen, select Recovery.
Note: Use the Volume Down button to scroll through the menu options and the Volume Up ...
Follow the detailed instructions below on how to completely reset your RCA Android 7 Voyager (RCT6773W22) tablet.
Step 1. With your tablet off, press and hold the volume up (+) button and power button until you see the RCA splash screen with Nipper and Chipper. Release both buttons to reveal the Android bot on his back with a caution symbol above him.
If you cannot factory reset from Android due to a server policy, you can do a hard reboot via the recovery mode. From LG's website1:
Using the hard reset
If you cannot recall your unlock pattern, PIN, or password, you need to perform a hard reset to access your phone.
When the phone is turned off, press and hold the Home Key + Volume Down ...
No. Even if you could add such a restriction within Android, it would still be possible for an attacker to boot into recovery or into fastboot mode and reset the phone from there.
If you're trying to protect the confidentiality of your data (i.e. stop an attacker accessing it), then encrypting the phone is what's required for that. If you're trying to ...
This is a weird issue that others have suffered from I believe... One person on Android Central recommended disabling the news republic app that is baked into sense. Some people had noticed success in doing this....
Firstly, letting the battery run dry and then charge (deep discharge) is harmful to the life of battery and is never recommended in normal usage
Perhaps, this has caused the battery reset logic to go awry. I am not sure how this would cause the reset of your device, but as an interim measure resetting battery logic as recommended below may help
This was ...
Reading the comments above, I can think your volume up button may be broken? But remember, you can perform a factory reset from the Fastboot mode too, simply connect your phone to the computer, install Minimal ADB & Fastboot (Windows), run it then type fastboot -w[press enter] the phone should be reset.
Also ADB lets you do many things on your phone ...
The approach you are taking is not worth it for you simply because:
USB debugging needs to be enabled beforehand for using any adb command on a device. Since your mother probably would have never felt (and why would she anyway?) the need to enable it, assume it to be disabled.
Since debugging can only be enabled either manually by the user under Settings ...
This happend to me on J3 2017, I left it for more than 48 hours but nothing. Then phone batery ran out, so phone reseted and firmware was deleted. I needed to download new firmware with Odin to phone from https://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/. It took me 8 hours too download it, becaose that site has Premium with normal download speed, but you need to pay ...
A media access control address (MAC address) of a computer is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications at the data link layer of a network segment. MAC addresses are used as a network address for most IEEE 802 network technologies, including Ethernet and Wi-Fi. Logically, MAC addresses are used in the media access control ...
I'd assume since you were willing to do a factory reset, that you're also willing to forego all the data currently possessed on your phone.
You could hard reset your device through the following method.
Switch your phone off.
Wait at least 15 seconds before simultaneously pressing the volume down key + power button until the device vibrates.
I faced a similar situation. Following steps worked for me. Some of the steps might be redudent.
1) restart your phone
2) reset network settings (Setting> back and restore )
3) change the phone bluetooth name. (I assume this is the solution)
4) set the bluetooth device in pairing mode (long press the power key).
And it worked for me. Probably, executing ...
The two terms factory and hard reset are associated with settings. A factory reset relates to the rebooting of the entire system, while hard resets relates to the resetting of any hardware in the system.
Factory Reset: Factory resets are generally done to remove the data entirely from a device, the device is to be started again and requires the need of re ...
Hard-reset does not wipe data. It is a forceful way of restarting the device.
To put it simply, Factory-reset, is to restore the device to the state it was in when you got the new device (excepting the upgrades) and is a sledge hammer approach, while hard-reset is restarting device to get rid of minor irritants . Which approach you want to take depends on ...
Because you are currently in an unknown state, the "best" option here is to reflash the factory images manually. Google provides factory images and instruction on their Factory Images for Nexus Devices page, and you could also upgrade to 6.0.1 if you wanted to.
Going through this procedure will return your Nexus device to it's factory condition, except ...
To get into recovery mode for this Samsung device. The correct button combination to push is
Power button + Home button + volume Down button at the same time
The same combination but with volume up instead. Will take you into Odin/Download mode.
So after battling for two days, finally I have managed to solved this problem.
First of all download stock ROM for your tablet from here
and extract the file anywhere you want.
Note:- All the below steps are provided in .ppt file which you can find in the downloaded zip folder(here ..\BSNL-IS709C\BSNL IS709C\Firmware\upgrade\tool). Since it is a Chinese ...
Direct from TWRP website, copied word for word. I am posting this for reference and nothing else.
Password protecting TWRP (lockscreen)
've had people ask enough for a protected TWRP that I'm creating this page as a response so I don't have to retype. If you're seeing this page, you're probably asking, "Why doesn't TWRP offer password protection?" You want ...
I've had the same problem with my HTC One M7, but the vol down or vol up with power button didn't force it to reboot.
I was messing around with the phone and a call came in. I was able to answer the call and after the call my phone went back to normal! So I'd suggest trying to call the phone from another phone.
Reading your question a second time, I just see you're on the complete wrong track (a thing we call the XY problem):
Now for many reasons I would like to factory reset my device to it's original ROM
That's not possible at all. You overwrote this when flashing MIUI (for details, see our factory-reset tag-wiki). You'll have to get yourself a ROM file to ...
Turn the phone off, or take the battery out. Put the battery back in and hold VOLUME UP and the HOME key, then the POWER. Hold all three until you see it says recovery mode. When you get to the android, press both volume buttons together and it will show the recovery menu. The rest should be self explanatory.
Had similar issue with G2 after display replacement. Unfortunately this could be solved only by replacing the proximity sensor itself (via warranty repair). From the information I found out on the web
The most disturbing issue was that I could not unlock the phone in dark light environment (the screen immediately turned off when I tried to go past the ...
This is most likely a software issue, but you can't be 100% sure until you flash a new ROM and see if it works. If you find a stock ROM, then it won't void the warranty, so it should be safe to try.
You can find a lot of stock ROMs here.
To hard reset samsung galaxy ace,
Turn off your phone
Press and hold volume up, home, power button at the same time.
The Recovery appears, use volume up/down to navigate, power to select
Navigate to wipe data/factory reset and select
Navigate to Yes - delete all user data and select
And now resetting... (Make a backup of your phone first)
Navigate to ...
You need to differentiate between a "hard reset" (hover the mouse over that tag: a forced reboot/shutdown by removing power (take out the battery, usually)) and a "factory reset" (again, mouse-over: A factory reset results in a full reset of an Android device to the original settings of the currently-installed ROM.).
hard-reset: here it's unlikely (though ...
Have you tried the standard Android hard reset? I heard this works for all Android phones.
turn it off (if you cannot shoot it down, remove the battery).
hold both volume-buttons and the home-button and then hold the power button. about 5 seconds
use this at your own risk! You will lose all your installed data and get a clear reset to shipping settings, ...