Samsung Galaxy A14

A hard reset is a procedure that restores your phone to its original factory settings, erasing all personal data and restoring the device to its original state. This can be useful in situations where you forgot your password or your device becomes unresponsive. In this document, we will guide you through the hard reset process for the Samsung Galaxy A14 without requiring a password.

Before You Begin

1. Make sure you have a fully charged Samsung Galaxy A14.

2. Back up your important data, such as photos, videos, and contacts, to a secure location.

3. Locate the Samsung A14’s recovery mode key combination.

Hard Reset Process

1. Press and hold the Volume Up and Power keys simultaneously for about 10 seconds or until the device vibrates.

2. Once the device vibrates, release the Power key but continue to hold the Volume Up key.

3. You should see the Samsung logo appear on the screen.

4. Using the Volume Up and Volume Down keys, navigate through the menu options until you see “Recovery Mode” on the screen.

5. Press the Power key to select “Recovery Mode”.

6. Now, you’ll be presented with several menu options. Use the Volume keys to navigate and Power key to select an option.

7. Select “wipe data/factory reset” to erase all data from the device.

8. Confirm the selection by selecting “Yes” using the Power key.

9. Wait for the process to complete. It may take a while, so be patient.

10. Once the hard reset is complete, you will be prompted to reboot your device. Select “reboot system now” using the Power key.


Performing a hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy A14 without a password will erase all personal data and restore the device to its original factory settings. It’s important to back up your data beforehand and make sure you have the necessary recovery mode key combination. Always proceed with caution and always refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines when performing a hard reset.

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