How To Wipe Cache Partition On HTC One M9?

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    There are tons of smartphone models out there, some are affordable, the others are pricey, some include just a few simple tools while high-end smartphones come with so many features. Still, all these phones have one thing in common: issues that can occur. The common problems for every smartphone are Wi-Fi issues, GPS problems, Bluetooth which is not working correctly, the apps that won't load or the apps freezing and crashing, and so on. The list is pretty long, and all these problems can occur on HTC One M9. So, in all these cases, there are several workarounds that can help you fix the problem, and one of the things you can do is to wipe cache partition on your device. Doing this will not delete any of your data, but it can be very effective. The plus point is that clearing cache partition is a simple task, so you won't need too much effort or time to do it. If you recently purchased HTC device, or you switched from Microsoft phone or Android and want to know how to wipe cache partition on HTC One M9 read the guide below.

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    How to wipe cache partition on HTC One M9


    As we already mentioned, clearing cache partition on your HTC device will not delete any of your data, and it will help you to get rid of the problems you are currently experiencing when using your smartphone. The cache partition contains logs, temporary files, etc. and clearing it means you will get rid of the junk that may cause all kinds of issues. Just follow the steps below and you will do this in no time. Here is what you need to do:

    • Turn off your HTC One M9
    • Press and hold Volume Down Key
    • Press and hold the Power button and release it when the phone vibrates
    • Keep holding the Volume Down button
    • Let go of the Volume Down when red and blue lines appear
    • Press Volume Down Key twice in order to highlight “reboot to bootloader” option and select that option with the Power button
    • The white screen will appear
    • Now press the Volume Down button three times to highlight “BOOT TO RECOVERY MODE” and select that option using the Power button
    • Press Volume button three times and highlight “Wipe the Cache Partition” and select it with the Power button
    • When the process is completed, press the Power button and select the option “Reboot system now”
    Source -cached-data-clear-app - more information
     
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