How to clear Google Play Services Cache and Data in Android

Google Play Services is an essential part of an Android smartphone. Google Play Services play the role of a backbone for all the applications running on your Android smartphone. The purpose of Play Services is to keep your Google accounts synced with the apps running on your phone. These Play Services are also responsible for keeping your apps connected with the Google Play Store. Application updates from the Google Play Store land in your smartphone with the help of Google Play Services. These services are also responsible for authentication for all the Google Services within your smartphone.

Google Play Services can get sluggish at times. These services can bring in a number of errors in your phone and sometimes, these services can interrupt the working of other Google applications running on your phone. In order to fix the Google Play Services, you can either update them or you can try the fix we have here. In this post, you will learn to clear Google Play Services Cache and Data in Android. Doing this will fix common issues occurring with the Play Services.

Clear Google Play Services Cache and Data on Android

  1. On your phone, go to Settings.
  2. Navigate to Application Settings or Application Manager.
  3. Under the App Manager, navigate to “All Apps”.
  4. From the list of apps, find Google Play Services.
  5. Tap Google Play Store and then tap the Clear Cache/Clear Data button.
  6. If you’re using Android Marshmallow or higher, you will tap Storage option and then tap Clear Cache/Clear Data button.

 

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