If you want to get the most out of your phone, you need to know a few simple tricks and you can rest assured you’ll have excellent performance on your hands at all times. One of the simplest things you can do in order to give your phone a boost in performance is to restart it every once in a while. It will close the background running apps, and it will boost the performance of the phone. But what if that isn’t enough? When the phone becomes sluggish or starts lagging, or apps start to misbehave, what to do then? You can wipe a cache partition. Here, we are going to show you how to wipe cache partition on LG G7 ThinQ.
See also: How to master reset LG G7 ThinQ
Reasons to wipe cache partition
Let’s say a few words about wiping the cache partition and the reasons to do it yourself. When you use your phone daily, you open all kinds of apps and overtime logs and temporary files will pile up. As a result, your phone will slow down. It will become sluggish. What’s more, you will notice the apps are slower as well. Opening an up will require a lot more time than before. Besides, the apps may frequently freeze and crash.
The best way to put things in motion again and make your phone perform smoothly is by wiping the cache partition. It is a relatively simple thing to do that requires just a couple of moments of your time. Also, wiping the cache partition is not the same as the factory reset. It won’t delete any of your files. It will just delete the junk and temporary files.
How to wipe cache partition on LG G7 ThinQ
Here is how to wipe cache partition on your LG G7 ThinQ:
- First, turn off your phone (press and hold the power button, and tap Power off)
- Press the Power button and the Volume down button at the same time
- Keep holding the buttons and wait until you see the Recovery screen
- Once the Recovery screen shows up, release the buttons
- Navigate to “Wipe cache partition” option using the Volume buttons
- Press the Power button to confirm the action.
Your phone will reboot. As soon as it does, you will notice the sluggishness and lagging are reduced. The apps will open faster, and the overall performance will be a lot better. That is the reason why wiping the cache partition is a good idea and something you should turn to when the performance is lower than usual. If your phone is sluggish now, try it out and get the most out of it.