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Kyocera kx2 I changed some settings in the programming menu and as usual it cuts off after you exit. When it cut back on though, it freezes at the kyocera screen after about 20 seconds it cuts back off, I've tried pressing random buttons and for about 2 seconds whatever command you put in works then freezes again, is there a way to reset my phone or fix it period while the phone is off or w/o having to take it to the professionals?

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I know its been long since uve post this did u try plugging it in and lettin that turn it on then hitting the power its worked for me when it has frozen on me

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