If your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is not working properly for some reason, knowing some simple tips can help you get rid of the issue. When it comes to Android smartphones, one of the tricks is to wipe the cache partition. While this may sound like something complicated, it actually isn’t, and if you have never done it before, don’t worry. Here, we are going to show you how to wipe cache partition on Note 10.
What does it mean?
Many people are not sure what exactly “wipe cache partition” means. Here is the explanation. The system cache partition stores logs and temporary system data. The purpose of it is to allow the system to open the apps you have on your device faster and smoother. But, over time, logs and temporary files may pile up and create a sort of clutter. When that happens, you may experience a variety of issues. The apps may open and run much slower, and you may notice that the performance of your phone is not as smooth as it used to be. You may experience lag and sluggishness. So, to easiest way to get rid of it all is by wiping the cache partition.
How to wipe cache partition on Note 10
Let’s see how to wipe cache partition on Note 10:
- Power off your phone
- Press and hold the Power button and the Volume Up button at the same time
- Keep holding the buttons
- First, you’ll see a message saying “Installing system update”, wait for about a minute
- The recovery menu will open
- Use the Volume buttons to navigate to “wipe cache partition”
- Press the Power button to select this option
- Again, use the Volume buttons to highlight “Yes”
- Use the Power button to select the option
- Once the wiping of the cache partition is completed, you will see a message saying “Reboot system now”
- Press the Power button to restart your phone.
There it is. The wipe cache partition process is now completed, and you will instantly notice that your phone is running faster and smoother.