If you have Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and even if it works perfectly at this very moment, it is very important for you to know a few things that may be really useful if you ever experience some problems with your device. One of the basic things is to know how to wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Why is this significant for you? The Android OS will store the temporary files in the cache partition directory. After using the device for some period of time, the junk and temporary files will pile up, and some files may get corrupted. When that happens, you may experience some problems with your smartphone, such as slow performance, the device may become unresponsive, it may reboot randomly, there may be apps issues, and so on. In that case, it is advisable to wipe cache partition. It may sound like a complicated task, but actually, it is quite simple.
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How to wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy Note 5
To wipe cache partition on your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 follow these steps:
- Turn of your smartphone completely
- Press and hold the Home button and the Volume down key, and then press the Power button
- Keep holding the buttons and when the Samsung logo appears, let go of the Power button but keep holding the Home button and the Volume down key
- When you see the Android logo, let go of the other two buttons
- You will see a message “Installing System Update” and then the recovery screen will show up
- To highlight “Wipe cache partition” use the Volume down key and press the Power button to select it
- When this is done, again use the Volume down key to highlight “Reboot system now” option and select it using the Power button.
Keep in mind that wiping the cache partition can solve a wide range of problems, and we mentioned a few. If your device is not working properly, clear the system cache by following the above-mentioned steps.
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