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  1. Press briefly on Volume Up button then release.
  2. Press briefly on Volume Down button then release.
  3. Rress and hold side(power) button until you see Apple logo.

Hard reset is useful for nearly 60% iPhone issues. If the above methods cannot solve your iPhone issue, try to completely reset your iPhone.

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