I broke my Lumia 925's screen. The screen is black but the phone seems to be on and otherwise working.
For example, back/start/search button lights are turned on when I press the power button and my alarms work (sound is played etc.). Pressing back/start/search buttons gives feedback and side buttons seem at least to do something (for example pressing volume down stops the alarm). Don't know it the screen receives touch events. At least I haven't been able to do anything with the screen (have been trying to turn off the alarms, for example)
Now, I'd like to get the SIM out of the phone to be able to use it on another phone. To be safe, I'd like to turn off the phone first. However, I don't know how to do that without screen.
There are instructions for soft & hard reset in the question "How to turn off Windows Phone if it is unresponsive and has an internal battery?". However, soft reset is reboot and hard reset should be done when the phone is turned off. So i can't use either to turn off my phone.
Is there a way to turn off the phone with the buttons only, without touch screen? Or must I just wait until the phone runs out of battery?