How To Clear Apps Cache And Data On BlackBerry Priv.?

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    In the smartphone era, many of our missed the good old physical keyboards. We want to be able to enjoy all the benefits of Android, but still, we want the buttons. BlackBerry solved the problem - they released the smartphone that runs on Google's Android OS and it has a physical keyboard - BlackBerry Priv. It looks awesome and elegant, and it has everything you need. If you have been using one of Windows phones or an iPhone for some period of time and if you decided to switch to BlackBerry Priv you will need some time to get used to that. While those who have the Priv didn't report many issues related to this device, something that can always occur is that one of your apps start to act strangely, in which case one of the things you need to do is to wipe off its cache or its data, or both. In this article, we are going to show you how to do just that. Read the guide below that explains in detail all the steps needed to clear apps cache and data on BlackBerry Priv.

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    How to clear apps cache and data on BlackBerry Priv


    How to clear cache:

    • First go to Settings
    • Tap Apps
    • Under "Downloaded" tab find the app that is acting strangely
    • Tap on that app
    • Click on the "Clear cache" option

    How to clear data:

    • Navigate to Settings
    • Click on Apps
    • Find the app that is misbehaving under "Downloaded" tab
    • Tap on that game or app
    • Click on the option "Clear Data"
    Note: Clearing apps data means that everything associated to the particular app will be deleted, such as accounts, local files, and app's settings - as the name suggests, all app's data will be deleted.

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