Instructions to clear cache on Galaxy S6 Edge phones

During use Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge but feel it’s sluggish, not responding to tasks as quickly as before, but you don’t know why, it may be quite a simple cause that is the cache on your phone is full. That’s why you need to clear the cache. To clear cache then there are 2 types of cache that are application cache and system cache. So you need to clean them up to acceleration device operation.

Here is a guide on how to clear cache on Galaxy S6 Edge.

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Cache caches like Temp Folder on PC work to store temporary data on your device. Caches can make your phone faster, but having too many can do the opposite.

Clear app cache

If it’s just one or two apps that are causing the cache problem, it’s best to start by clear app cache. To do this, go to Settings > App Manager and find apps that are hogging cache resources to clean up. Remember it can clean or download, Running or All. Touch and then touch Clear Cache.

If you want to clear all app cache at once, go to Settings > Storage and mining Cached Data -> OK.

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Clear system cache

If clearing the application cache does not change much, you can perform a system cache wipe on your S6 Edge to improve battery health and stability. Just like when you update the Android operating system for Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge also generate system errors. Follow these steps to clear system cache your. Here are the steps to follow on Galaxy S6 Edge.

  1. Turn off Galaxy S6 Edge your.
  2. Press and hold the . key Power, Volume Up and Home.
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  3. You will see a blue Android screen, then you will be taken to recovery.
  4. Use the volume buttons to move and press Wipe cache Partitions. Press the power key to confirm.
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  5. You will see a yellow message at the bottom of the screen when the process is complete.
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  6. You choose “Reboot System Now” and use the Power key to confirm.
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  7. Your Galaxy S6 Edge will restart and recompile all your apps. It may take some time to regenerate the cache, but once it is done your Galaxy S6 Edge will run normally again.

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