If you noticed that your LG G4 is not working as it should, for instance, it takes more time to load an app or it is running slow, one of the solutions is to perform factory data reset. We already shared a guide that shows how to do a factory reset on LG G4, and everything is explained in detail. However, a factory reset should not be the first thing you will do when experiencing problems because you need to backup your data – everything will be deleted. The files you stored on your phone, the settings you adjusted and third-party apps, all of it will be erased and your device will get a fresh start. The thing you need to do first is to wipe cache partition on LG G4 if it is not working correctly.
The system cache partition stores temporary files. After some period of time, some files can become corrupted, files can pile up, so you need to clear that clutter. You will do that by wiping cache partition. It is a simple thing to do, but as soon as you do it, you will notice that your device works better. Let’s see how to do that.
How to wipe cache partition on LG G4
To wipe cache partition, just follow these few simple steps:
- First, tap on Apps from the Home screen
- Next, tap Settings and then click on General section
- Tap Storage (the option is located under Phone Management section)
- Tap Cached data
- Click OK
This is how simple wiping cached data on LG G4 is. If you have problems with apps or if your device is running slower than usual, just follow this guide to wipe cache partition.
It is advisable to do this not only when you have issues with your smartphone. This is something you can do every once in a while and as you can see it does not require too much time or effort.
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